evildoer evildoer  /ˈi vəl ˌdu ər/


  • (n) a person who sins (without repenting)


  1. The moral argument is simple, strong and simplistic: Yasser Arafat is an evildoer who has never intended to make peace.
  2. Evil must always be opposed, but not by making the evildoer suffer.
  3. With affability, not anger, does he discountenance the evildoer.


  • That's not me in Dan Brown's 'Inferno'

    Try this for a spine-tingling moment: An immensely popular novelist who specializes in eerie, conspiratorial mysteries portrays an evildoer who is, gulp, an awful lot like yourself. And the word "popular" doesn't really come close to describing this novelist, whose every book is launched in multiple languages and shoved into movie production (starring Tom Hanks) before the manuscript is bound in ...
    on June 21, 2013     Source: CNN


  1. Calabro said he was "interested in the ideas that they had bringing the show forward," and was, "Very excited to learn [Michael] had even more money than before and even more power. If he continues to be an evildoer that bodes well."
    on Aug 6, 2009 By: Thomas Calabro Source: IGN

  2. The 34-year-old Francis, who makes an estimated $29 million a year off the videos, said, "This judge has gone as far as to call me the devil and an evildoer. It is a case of a judge gone wild."
    on Apr 6, 2007 By: Joe Francis Source: Entertainment Weekly

  3. Abu Musab Zarqawi "was an evildoer. He is now an evildider," comic Steve Bridges said, referring to the recent death of the terror leader Iraq in a perfect Texas accent.
    on Jun 25, 2006 By: Steve Bridges Source: MSNBC

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