[ US /ˈivəɫˌduɝ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a person who sins (without repenting)
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How To Use evildoer In A Sentence

  • But I think the free world, the civilized world, the good people of the world, can strike a serious blow against evildoers.
  • In 1997, I met Priestess Miriam, a voodoo princess who taught me how to hex folks: Write the evildoer's name nine times and insert the paper into the mouth of a snake.
  • One of the main differences from September 11th and today is that back then I knew that the evildoer was a crazy person in a cave outside the country. Jeannie Ralston: Why October 6th Felt Like September 11th
  • We'd want all terrorists to carry a card that says "evildoer" and everyone else to carry a card that said "honest person who won't try to hijack or blow up anything. Boing Boing: February 1, 2004 - February 7, 2004 Archives
  • Keep me from the snares they have laid for me, from the traps set by evildoers.
  • It's a dangerous world out there; hordes of fanatical evildoers are bent on committing unspeakable crimes against us.
  • Individual evildoers can be defeated; the current manifestation of evil can be destroyed.
  • There are a good people down there and in the midst of them are a handful of evildoers.
  • Not to show overwhelming strength is immoral, since it will induce evildoers to perform more evil deeds because they'll think they can get away with it.
  • The forces of the state should be arrayed against the forces of evil, but the state often benefits from actions by evildoers in order to enrich or bring glory to its leaders.
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