1. the act of transgressing; the violation of a law or a duty or moral principle
    the boy was punished for the transgressions of his father
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How To Use evildoing In A Sentence

  • I think she puts the kid with the mask out front so she can do her evildoing from the comfort of either her Rascal or Wal-Mart Lawn and Garden chair unnoticed. ORPHANAGES ARE STILL HORROR-FILLED
  • He did in fact think that occasions may arise when offensive war is warranted - to regain things wrongly taken, to thwart and punish organized evildoing, or to protect innocents from harm.
  • As of now I have no evidence of their evildoing, so their only real crime was entering my zone of consciousness.
  • There will even be scorn for those who suggest that innocent victims are innocent victims no matter who they are -- an observation which will quickly be written off by some at the bottom of this article as mendacious moral equivalence, or willful ignorance of the obvious malice and evildoing of one side -- take your pick -- toward the other. Bradley Burston: Terrorism, Racism, and the Idea That Israelis Are People, Too
  • As a mother and a frequent animal-bite observer, of course I'd like more laws targeting these evildoing, dog-wielding creeps (not least because the dogs suffer, too). Veterinarian fully vets the issue of guns, laws and pit bulls
  • The existence of gangdom brought serious problem to Korea, threaten, blackmail, a series of evildoing such as staking added social unrest element greatly.
  • But the uncertain fate of the third group raised a much more general question: are people who keep silent in the face of evildoing - for all that they themselves do not participate in it - to be reckoned among the damned or the saved?
  • Captious eye is not evildoing actually, although consume the pleasure after via often can affecting us.
  • Corporate evildoing is not exceptional behaviour: rather, it is the norm.
  • His Psalm 71 is instructive for he considers the very matter of evildoing, and in psalm after psalm his recourse is in prayer to God.
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