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  • noun Plural form of misdeed.

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Examples

  • But if evil be only apparent and not real, we shall surely, having gained this insight, be too wise to waste indignation upon the non-existent; if what we call misdeeds in reality fulfil God's own

    Problems of Immanence: studies critical and constructive

  • Jim Bergman, a financial planner and consultant in Scottsboro, took the city to task Monday night for what he called misdeeds committed by previous city councils for far too long.

    The Daily Sentinel: News

  • Jim Bergman, a financial planner and consultant in Scottsboro, took the city to task Monday night for what he called misdeeds committed by previous city councils for far too long.

    The Daily Sentinel: News

  • Jim Bergman, a financial planner and consultant in Scottsboro, took the city to task Monday night for what he called misdeeds committed by previous city councils for far too long.

    The Daily Sentinel: News

  • Jim Bergman, a financial planner and consultant in Scottsboro, took the city to task Monday night for what he called misdeeds committed by previous city councils for far too long.

    The Daily Sentinel: News

  • Jim Bergman, a financial planner and consultant in Scottsboro, took the city to task Monday night for what he called misdeeds committed by previous city councils for far too long.

    The Daily Sentinel: News

  • Jim Bergman, a financial planner and consultant in Scottsboro, took the city to task Monday night for what he called misdeeds committed by previous city councils for far too long.

    The Daily Sentinel: News

  • Jim Bergman, a financial planner and consultant in Scottsboro, took the city to task Monday night for what he called misdeeds committed by previous city councils for far too long.

    The Daily Sentinel: News

  • Jim Bergman, a financial planner and consultant in Scottsboro, took the city to task Monday night for what he called misdeeds committed by previous city councils for far too long.

    The Daily Sentinel: News

  • Jim Bergman, a financial planner and consultant in Scottsboro, took the city to task Monday night for what he called misdeeds committed by previous city councils for far too long.

    The Daily Sentinel: News

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