[ US /ˌɪˈnɪkwɪti/ ]
[ UK /ɪnˈɪkwɪti/ ]
  1. morally objectionable behavior
  2. an unjust act
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How To Use iniquity In A Sentence

  • Ever since, leftish malcontents have taken every opportunity to condemn the iniquity of holding all applicants for admission to the same standards.
  • The cheerfulness he preached was always qualified by an awareness of the real world's iniquity.
  • The Bible tells us there is such a thing as the mystery of iniquity, that is to say, the mystery of the spiritual power used invertedly, used from the diabolical standpoint; and when the Bible speaks of the mystery of iniquity, it means what it says. The Hidden Power And Other Papers upon Mental Science
  • To the same purport is v. 8, for the transgression of my people was he smitten, the stroke was upon him that should have been upon us; and so some read it, He was cut off for the iniquity of my people, unto whom the stroke belonged, or was due. Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume IV (Isaiah to Malachi)
  • These are usually rather dark dens of iniquity, in my experience, but not so here.
  • This iniquity is to remain, and the regulations may even increase the discrimination permitted.
  • Research has revealed that he is a monster of iniquity.
  • With its small garden courtyard, the club looked, from the outside, more like an inconspicuous Renaissance home than a den of dance iniquity.
  • The finance giants have liquidated their assets, and their grand banking halls have found a new lease of life as dens of iniquity of a different sort.
  • Not all entertainment businesses which cater to young people are dens of iniquity.
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