- n the quality of being morally wrong in principle or practice
- Louder than ever boomed the great voice; the mountainous man, lithe for all his bulk, stalked, the incarnation of sinister and engaging evilness upon the boards.
- Esthetes strove to imitate in prose and verse the Beardsley gift for wistful evilness.
- The feisty but sporting animal-rights activist closed out the interview talking about the general evilness and eco-hostility of eating meat, and imagining how she'd like to, after .
- Coen brothers in Catholic Online
The film reviewer also pointed to the unbalanced portrayal of the Cohen brothers saying, "Even if in the Cohen movie there is no complacence in showing the evilness of a killer : there isn't the slightest sign of credible compassion either."
- Ayatollah Ali Khamenei in Los Angeles Times
It showed that their [Western politicians'] tricks, spending money and political evilness do not influence the Iranian nation,said Khamenei, who was greeted with chants of "Leader, we offer our blood to you."
- Judith Kaye in Forbes
Unless you have had real experience of a family member who has spiralled downwards because of methamphetamine you don't know the pernicious, evilness of this drug. The way it affects not only the person who is addicted but the family member as... Paul Holmes http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Holmes_(broadcaster)&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNF6tqRUdXWRfuYQYmurclXqcTQc1g TVNZ http://www.google.com/url?q=http://tvnz.co.nz/national-news/holmes-roasted-during-p-fundraiser-2739126&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNHIO7vJWszALVQbob6tT3_41Z0W0A May 14, 2009
34671 44440 evince Louise Wise Services Inc.'s conduct in connection with the adoption did not evince the high degree of moral turpitude required for punitive damages," Chief Judge Judith Kaye wrote in the 7-0 decision.