evil-doing

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You are to blame, and yet you persevere in evil-doing.
Their very evil-doing could not be of the same kind.
Now," he began, "now our rebellion is swallowed up in victory, and our evil-doing is justified by strength.
To them, women are evil-doing queens, who must be allowed to dance and sing and laugh as they please; they see nothing sacred or saintly in them, nor anything grand; to them there is no poetry in the senses, only gross sensuality.
Hard-heartedness and evil-doing will never prosper, sir,' said Mr Snawley.
A young guest at the house has befriended Louisa and, convinced of his innocence of any evil-doing, she vows to prove it.
Consequently, the number of people who will be kept off the ballot is no indication of political shenanigans, although many critics of the regime in the West will quote the numbers as evidence of evil-doing.
Hizbullah-run statelet is deemed more powerful than a Lebanese state contented with playing the role of a false witness to the party's evil-doing, he noted.
Of course, the movie's modernised exploration of the evil-doing Djinn only served to amplify this.
As a result, voodoo has a connotation of evil-doing.
In all these tales, the Virgin acts as an intercessor to effect a miraculous cure, or rescue from the misguided or evil-doing of Jews, and often converts the Jew in the process.
Reasons for evil-doing may originate in malevolence, but religious and secular ideologies strengthen them.