What is another word for evil?

989 synonyms found


[ ˈiːvə͡l], [ ˈiːvə‍l], [ ˈiː_v_əl]

Synonyms for Evil:

baneful (adjective) evil (adjective) malevolent (adjective) badness (noun) bane (noun) evil (noun) malevolence (noun) Other synonyms:

Related words for Evil:


Rhymes for Evil:

  1. upheaval, retrieval, medieval, primeval;

Quotes for Evil:

  1. If the guilt of sin is so great that nothing can satisfy it but the blood of Jesus; and the filth of sin is so great that nothing can fetch out the stain thereof but the blood of Jesus, how great, how heinous, how sinful must the evil of sin be. William Throsby Bridges.
  2. Al Jazeera aired a new tape of Osama bin Laden. It was the usual stuff, he called Bush evil the Great Satan, called him a war monger. Basically, the same thing you heard at last night's Democratic debate. Jay Leno.
  3. A great philosopher has stated that the worst evil of poverty is, that it makes folks ridiculous; by which, I hope, he only means that, as in the above case, it places them in incongruous positions. James Payn.

Idioms of Evil:

  1. Sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof.;
  2. Idleness is the root of all evil.
  3. the evil eye;

Adjectives for Evil:

  • basically stupid and unimaginative,
  • grand supernatural,
  • riotous demonic,
  • always painful and repugnant,
  • basically stupid,
  • dark, spiritual,
  • hideous, awful,
  • always painful,
  • professional social,
  • incarnate, eternal,
  • natural or unnatural,
  • mere social,
  • repugnant,
  • incarnate,
  • unimaginative,
  • hideous,
  • dark,
  • trusting self-destructive,
  • neutral, lawful,
  • neutral, chaotic,
  • great and very horrid,
  • accordingly accidental and unnatural,
  • accordingly accidental,
  • tremendously real and positive,
  • tremendously real,
  • negative and self-destructive,
  • such platonic,
  • natural and charming,
  • jealous and envious,
  • younger, stronger,
  • chief moral,
  • great and real,
  • real social,
  • jealous,
  • negative,
  • unnatural,
  • positive,
  • younger,
  • good and extreme,
  • good and absolute,
  • natural,
  • neutral,
  • great,
  • never intelligent or creative,
  • never intelligent,
  • creative,
  • ancient, eldest,
  • good,
  • ancient,
  • old, familiar,
  • old,
  • moral and political,
  • moral.