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evil

[AS. yfel]
An infrequently used term for disease or illness.
References in classic literature ?
We are evil-doers, all of us, though them as likes the easy ways generally manage to forget it.
Mr Bean ultimately saves his friend Riley from the clutches of Voldemort by decapitating the evil-doer with a pizza cutter.
The longest, Going Back, has Banks returning to the home he grew up in to celebrate his parents' golden anniversary, only to discover that he can't escape being a policeman when faced with an evil-doer.
Before freeing prisoners and taking over Gotham, the evil-doer delivers a powerful monologue about the people now being in charge.
Neither a good and dutiful worker deserves any appreciation nor is an evil-doer liable to any prosecution and punishment because both of them are helpless in their action.
He said the Holy Qur'an states: "O you who believe, if an evil-doer comes to you with a report, look carefully into it, lest you harm a person out of ignorance, and then be sorry for what you have done.
Goldfinger was, perhaps predictably, unamused by being immortalised as an evil-doer and called in his lawyers.
Links from her homeland lead to a request that she eliminate a serious and otherwise untouchable evil-doer.
Or deranged random evil-doer Dr Yusef and his mysterious mission to destroy them?
The evil-doer Joshua Davies robbed us of watching our precious and perfect little girl flourish into a successful young woman.
She said: "The evil-doer Joshua Davies robbed us of watching our precious and perfect little girl flourish into a successful young woman.
It is its own sect, populated by the hate-filled and the evil-doer.