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Evilly meaning in English

Meaning of Evilly in English

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Evilly

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Adverb

1. evilly, wickedly

in a wicked evil manner

Example Sentences:
'act wickedly'
'grin evilly'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Evilly

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adjective
1. 
morally wrong or bad; wicked
an evil ruler
2. 
causing harm or injury; harmful
an evil plan
3. 
marked or accompanied by misfortune; unlucky
an evil fate
4. 
(of temper, disposition, etc) characterized by anger or spite
5. 
not in high esteem; infamous
an evil reputation
6. 
offensive or unpleasant
an evil smell
7. slang
good; excellent
noun
8. 
the quality or an instance of being morally wrong; wickedness
the evils of war
9. (sometimes capital)
a force or power that brings about wickedness or harm
evil is strong in the world
10. archaic
an illness or disease, esp scrofula (the king's evil)
adverb
11. (now usually in combination)
in an evil manner; badly
evil-smelling

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Evilly

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adjective
1. 
a. 
morally bad or wrong; wicked; depraved
b. 
resulting from or based on conduct regarded as immoral
an evil reputation
2. 
causing pain or trouble; harmful; injurious
3. 
offensive or disgusting
an evil odor
4. 
threatening or bringing misfortune; unlucky; disastrous; unfortunate
an evil hour
5. 
angry, irritable, disagreeable, etc.
in an evil mood
adverb
6. 
in an evil, wicked, or offensive way
now only in hyphenated compounds
evil-hearted
noun
7. 
anything morally bad or wrong; wickedness; depravity; sin
8. 
anything that causes harm, pain, misery, disaster, etc.

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Evilly

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adj. e·vil·er, e·vil·est
1. Morally bad or wrong; wicked: an evil tyrant.
2. Causing ruin, injury, or pain; harmful: the evil effects of a poor diet.
3. Characterized by or indicating future misfortune; ominous: evil omens.
4. Bad or blameworthy by report; infamous: an evil reputation.
5. Characterized by anger or spite; malicious: an evil temper.
n.
1. The quality of being morally bad or wrong; wickedness.
2. That which causes harm, misfortune, or destruction: a leader's power to do both good and evil.
3. An evil force, power, or personification.
4. Something that is a cause or source of suffering, injury, or destruction: the social evils of poverty and injustice.
adv.
Archaic
In an evil manner.

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