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evil

  

      adj  
1    morally wrong or bad; wicked  
an evil ruler     
2    causing harm or injury; harmful  
an evil plan     
3    marked or accompanied by misfortune; unlucky  
an evil fate     
4    (of temper, disposition, etc.) characterized by anger or spite  
5    not in high esteem; infamous  
an evil reputation     
6    offensive or unpleasant  
an evil smell     
      n  
7    the quality or an instance of being morally wrong; wickedness  
the evils of war     
8    sometimes cap   a force or power that brings about wickedness or harm  
evil is strong in the world     
9    Archaic   an illness or disease, esp. scrofula (the king's evil)  
      adv  
10    now usually in combination   in an evil manner; badly  
evil-smelling     
     (Old English yfel, of Germanic origin; compare Old Frisian evel, Old High German ubil evil, Old Irish adbal excessive)  
  evilly      adv  
  evilness      n  


evil eye  
      n  
the  
1    a look or glance superstitiously supposed to have the power of inflicting harm or injury  
2    the power to inflict harm, etc., by such a look  
  evil-eyed      adj  
evil-minded  
      adj   inclined to evil thoughts; wicked; malicious or spiteful  
  evil-mindedly      adv  
  evil-mindedness      n  
Evil One  
      n   the. the devil; Satan  
king's evil  
      n  
the     (Pathol)      a former name for       scrofula  
     (C14: from the belief that the king's touch would heal scrofula)  
tree of knowledge of good and evil  
      n     (Old Testament)   the tree in the Garden of Eden bearing the forbidden fruit that Adam and Eve ate, thus incurring loss of primal innocence (Genesis 2:9; 3:2--7)  
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falling sickness   , evil         
      n      a former name (nontechnical) for       epilepsy  


evil         
      adj  
1    morally wrong or bad; wicked  
an evil ruler     
2    causing harm or injury; harmful  
an evil plan     
3    marked or accompanied by misfortune; unlucky  
an evil fate     
4    (of temper, disposition, etc.) characterized by anger or spite  
5    not in high esteem; infamous  
an evil reputation     
6    offensive or unpleasant  
an evil smell     
      n  
7    the quality or an instance of being morally wrong; wickedness  
the evils of war     
8    sometimes cap   a force or power that brings about wickedness or harm  
evil is strong in the world     
9    Archaic   an illness or disease, esp. scrofula (the king's evil)  
      adv  
10    now usually in combination   in an evil manner; badly  
evil-smelling     
     (Old English yfel, of Germanic origin; compare Old Frisian evel, Old High German ubil evil, Old Irish adbal excessive)  
  evilly      adv  
  evilness      n  
evil eye  
      n  
the  
1    a look or glance superstitiously supposed to have the power of inflicting harm or injury  
2    the power to inflict harm, etc., by such a look  
  evil-eyed      adj  
evil-minded  
      adj   inclined to evil thoughts; wicked; malicious or spiteful  
  evil-mindedly      adv  
  evil-mindedness      n  
Evil One  
      n   the. the devil; Satan  
king's evil  
      n  
the     (Pathol)      a former name for       scrofula  
     (C14: from the belief that the king's touch would heal scrofula)  
tree of knowledge of good and evil  
      n     (Old Testament)   the tree in the Garden of Eden bearing the forbidden fruit that Adam and Eve ate, thus incurring loss of primal innocence (Genesis 2:9; 3:2--7)  

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evil

  

      adj  
1    bad, base, corrupt, depraved, heinous, immoral, iniquitous, maleficent, malevolent, malicious, malignant, nefarious, reprobate, sinful, unholy, vicious, vile, villainous, wicked, wrong  
      n  
2    badness, baseness, corruption, curse, depravity, heinousness, immorality, iniquity, maleficence, malignity, sin, sinfulness, turpitude, vice, viciousness, villainy, wickedness, wrong, wrongdoing  
      adj  
3    baneful     (archaic)   calamitous, catastrophic, deleterious, destructive, detrimental, dire, disastrous, harmful, hurtful, inauspicious, injurious, mischievous, painful, pernicious, ruinous, sorrowful, unfortunate, unlucky, woeful  
      n  
4    affliction, calamity, catastrophe, disaster, harm, hurt, ill, injury, mischief, misery, misfortune, pain, ruin, sorrow, suffering, woe  
      adj  
5    foul, mephitic, noxious, offensive, pestilential, putrid, unpleasant, vile  


evil-minded     
bitchy     (informal)   depraved, dirty-minded, filthy, foul-mouthed, gossip-mongering, lewd, malicious, nasty, poisonous, salacious, snide, spiteful, venomous  

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evil eye, Evil One, the Evil one, king's evil

! enough that evil loses wins n.
assez gagne qui malheur perd

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