English Thesaurus

Synonyms of 'wickedness'

(noun) 
moral arguments about the wickedness of nuclear weaponsThey have sunk to new levels of wickedness.
Synonyms
evil
We are being attacked by the forces of evil.
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wrong
He doesn't seem to know the difference between right and wrong.
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sin
Sin can be forgiven, but never condoned.
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curse
She has worked hard to reverse the curse of racism.
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wrongdoing
The authorities haven't found any evidence of criminal wrongdoing.
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depravity
the absolute depravity that can exist in times of war
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immorality
a reflection of our society's immorality
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iniquity
He rails against the iniquities of capitalism.
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badness
They only recognize badness when they perceive it in others.
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viciousness
The book romanticizes the viciousness of organized crime.
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sinfulness
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turpitude (formal)
a beacon of morality in a sea of turpitude
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heinousness
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maleficence

Additional synonyms

in the sense of badness
They only recognize badness when they perceive it in others.
Synonyms
sin,
naughtiness,
sinfulness,
foulness,
rottenness,
shamefulness
in the sense of baseness
Synonyms
turpitude (formal),
depravation,
contemptibility,
despicability
in the sense of curse
Definition
something that causes great trouble or harm
She has worked hard to reverse the curse of racism.

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