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evil

[AS. yfel]
An infrequently used term for disease or illness.
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Jesus has saved others, and the hearer soon will find that Jesus saves the evildoer who repents.
Happy is the man who doesn't follow the counsel of evildoers, neither does he stand in the sinners' road nor sit in the scoffers' seat.
However, Dan correctly states that the rapist was the evildoer.
The chief evildoer in this case is the CEO of a huge corporation that has bought the police and attempts to dominate Tokyo.
So overmatched is Othello that by the time the bodies are laid at the end, and our evildoer punctuates his villainy with a final shocking act, you almost wonder how ``honest honest Iago'' ever got caught being anything but.
The real evildoer is the "my shit doesn't stink" attitude that is taught by all organized religions and which consequently befouls every level of society.
It would have been a much more fitting name for a picture that attempts to elucidate the banality of an evildoer who was, let's be real, a serious homo.
Finally, he saves New York City from an evildoer who wants to blow up the World Trade Center by detonating LNG on an enormous tanker in the Hudson River.
At the end of the story, the Jews are saved and the evildoer put to death.
Indeed, evildoers hate the light, for to be in the light means to live in the truth, and evildoers prefer lies and falsehood.
When we come, the evildoers flee away, and escape,' he said.
Set in a world populated primarily by rabbit-eared people, Cucumber Quest follows aspiring magician Cucumber whose dreams of pursuing higher education have been postponed by his (reluctant) quest to save the world from the terrifying Nightmare Knight and the evildoers that summoned it.