What is another word for like sin?

6 synonyms found


[ lˈa͡ɪk sˈɪn], [ lˈa‍ɪk sˈɪn], [ l_ˈaɪ_k s_ˈɪ_n]

Synonyms for Like sin:

How to use "Like sin" in context?

There is no one answer to what in the world "like sin" means. The phrase is traditionally used to describe how desirable something or someone feels, especially when contrasted with what one may deem to be sinfulness or wrongness.

Perhaps the most common example of this usage is when someone says they "like ice cream" but despises spinach. In this context, "like sin" connotes that the spinach taste stands in sharp contrast to the overwhelming pleasure derived from eating ice cream.

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