deadly sin

NOUN
  1. an unpardonable sin entailing a total loss of grace
    theologians list seven mortal sins
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  • But when you think about it, greed, gluttony, pride and vanity aren't deadly sins.
  • Thinking about deadly sin led her to think again of Satan.
  • Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi listed The Seven Deadly Sins in the last century which could destroy mankind one of which was commerce without morality.
  • And also that he forswear not him in judgment, ne make no leasings to annoy ne grieve another, nor he ought not to missay ne speak evil of others in intention to impair his good name and fame, for it is deadly sin. The Golden Legend, vol. 1
  • I noticed with amusement that the tapestries hanging there illustrated the seven deadly sins.
  • Just like the ancient seven deadly sins - pride, anger, envy, greed, gluttony, lust and sloth - the memory sins occur frequently in everyday life and can have serious consequences for all of us.
  • The original ‘Seven Deadly Sins’ are commonly regarded as greed, gluttony, envy, sloth, pride, lust and wrath. search news
  • Wasn't accidie, that lethargy of the spirit, one of the deadly sins? The Murder Room
  • The movie rollicks with elements of pretty well all seven of the deadly sins.
  • The seven deadly sins are covetousness, envy, gluttony, lust, pride, anger and sloth.
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