from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The state or character of being evil; badness; viciousness: as, evilness of heart.
- noun Badness of quality or condition; debasement; loss of value.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun The condition or quality of being evil; badness; viciousness; malignity; vileness
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- noun The quality or state of being
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- noun the quality of being morally wrong in principle or practice
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And evilness is all around us — gossip, bullies, soulless uncaring bureaucracies.
No surer sign of a female character's evilness is his disinterest or refusal to reproduce.
The evilness is premeditatedand yet often such evils are more complicated than just “I’m evil, bwahahahaha.”
But now I’m thinking of just reveling in evilness in all its glory … muhahahahaha!
Without it, he can only grab Claire and go pick up Mr. Bennet, who, still freaked out by that phone call evilness from before, pulls a gun on his daughter until he’s sure that she’s herself.
Aparently her evilness is a homologous recessive gene therefore, for some odd reason, she is "still out there".
What really surprises me, disturbs me, is when we (people in general) happen to be "tood different", specially that kind of difference embodied by people of the kind of, say, Hitler (typical example of "evilness", sure, but guess we all can think of so many others that are not "alike enough", that are way too distorted reflections in which cannot anymore recognize ourselves).
At least Walmart's "evilness" helps the people who need it most.
It's threat was fabricated and set up for public consumption, just as Iran's many acts of "evilness" will be.
As a lesbian I worry about anyone who says they want to kill me and destroy the "evilness" of my plump, middled-aged, mother-of-a-college-kid self.