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Evil Adjective Synonyms
unfortunate, unlucky, ominous, inauspicious, dire, unpropitious, calamitous, infelicitous, woeful
Their business had fallen on evil times.
treacherous, traitorous, perfidious, insidious, unscrupulous, unprincipled, dishonest, dishonorable, crooked, criminal, felonious, knavish, sinister, underhand(ed), dirty, corrupt
He thought up an evil plan for getting rid of his wife.
harmful, destructive, hurtful, injurious, mischievous, detrimental, ruinous, deleterious, disastrous, catastrophic, pernicious, noxious, malignant, malign, virulent, toxic, poisonous, deadly, lethal
Evil policies were promulgated against minority groups, racist attacks abounded.
badness, sin, vice, wickedness, iniquity, turpitude, immorality, profligacy, depravity, degeneracy, corruption, degradation, devilry or deviltry, villainy, nefariousness, viciousness, vileness, heinousness, flagitiousness, baseness, foulness
The evil that men do lives after them, the good is oft interred with their bones.
bad, offensive, disgusting, repulsive, awful, nasty, mephitic, noxious, foul, pestilential, putrid, vile, disagreeable, unpleasant
An evil odor permeated the crypt.
Evil Adverb Synonyms
bad, awful, wrong, immoral, wicked, sinful, nefarious, iniquitous, base, corrupt, vile, accursed, damnable, villainous, heinous, infamous, flagitious, foul, nasty, abominable, atrocious, horrible, horrid, ghastly, grisly, dreadful, depraved, vicious
He was an evil tyrant who killed anyone who opposed him.
Evil Noun Synonyms
harm, hurt, injury, mischief, damage, ruin, calamity, misfortune, catastrophe, destruction, disaster, cataclysm, ill, misery, suffering, pain, sorrow, woe, agony, anguish
Evil befell the residents of Pompeii.
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Business / Agriculture / Boll Weevil: An insect pest of cotton that is the subject of an Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service eradication program cooperatively funded and managed by cotton producers. MORE
Science / Weather / Snow Devil: A small, rotating wind that picks up loose snow instead of dirt (like a dust devil) or water (like a waterspout). Formed mechanically by the convergence of local air currents. May be called a snowspou MORE
Technology / Television (TV) / Vaudeville: Anti-naturalistic performance style in which the actor reminds the viewer that the character is not a real person, often by directly addressing the viewer. MORE
Health / Disease / Kings Evil: A popular name for scrofula. The name originated in the time of Edward the Confessor, with the belief that the disease could be cured by the touch of the king of England. MORE
Science / Weather / Dust Devil: A small, rapidly rotating column of wind, made visible by the dust, dirt or debris it picks up. It usually occurs in arid or semi-arid areas and is most likely to develop on clear, dry, hot afternoons MORE