Examples of wickedness in a Sentence
a couple of live wires who got into all kinds of wickedness during their vacation in Las Vegas
the movie featured a villain of unadulterated wickedness
Recent Examples of wickedness from the Web
In Imperial Rome, the poets Horace and Ovid took stepmotherly wickedness for granted, while the historian Tacitus’ grotesque portrait of Livia, the third wife of the Emperor Augustus, has yet to be effaced.
Here are nine post-millennial baddies whose wickedness is often cut with bits of decency, victimization, or gentility.
Scorpion plays as a series of parables about the wickedness of modern life and its signal sins of greed, vanity, and pride.
This new production of Saint Joan is a splendid attack on that enduring wickedness.
Such appalling acts of wickedness will do nothing but strengthen our resolve to defeat such twisted ideologies and beliefs.
The Lord, the compassionate and gracious God...forgiving wickedness, rebellion, and sin.
But the prophet said Zion was somewhere else, that wickedness would soon spill over the mountains, and Barlow watched from above as God's kingdom crumbled.
The Death of Stalin paints Beria in all his wickedness, scoring dark laughs every time the character opens his mouth.
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