|atrociousness, offensiveness; something terrible or atrocious; immensity, hugeness, evil, very evil act||enormity|
|(Arabic) evil spirit||shaitan|
|ability to be paid off; ability to be regained through payment; ability to be converted into its cash value; ability to be delivered from sin or evil; ability to be fulfilled; ability to make amends||redeemability|
|abominable, convicted of infamous crime, disreputable; deplorable, terrible, shameful, indecent; heinous, villainous, notorious, punishable by a serious penalty||infamous|
|about to occur, impending, forthcoming, about to happen, near, approaching (especially of an evil or dangerous event); projecting, overhanging||imminent|
|acquainted with something, familial, familiar spirit, friendly, good friend, acquaintance; member of the household of a pope or bishop; officer of the Inquisition; demon or evil spirit who comes when summoned, household attendant of pope or bishop, imp...||familiar|
|act of doing evil; harmfulness||maleficence|
|act of paying off; act of regaining through payment; act of converting an item into its cash value; act of delivering from sin or evil; act of fulfilling, act of carrying out; act of making amends, atonement for human sin, buying back of something, end...||redemption|
|act of seeing only the bad side of situations, tendency to expect the worst, doctrine about evil, tendency to expect worst||pessimism|
|advocate of dualism; advocate of the belief that mind and matter exist separately (Philosophy); advocate of the belief that good and evil are embodied in two separate divine beings or principles (Theology)||dualist|
|African evil spirit||tokoloshe|
|afrit, evil spirit, evil spirit or powerful demon (Arabian Mythology)||afreet|
|all-destroying war, biblical battle between good and evil||Armageddon|
|amazing, boding evil; prophesying bad events; impressive, amazing; ideal, exemplary; pompous, arrogant, significant||portentous|
|angry and unpleasant toward others, badly, poorly, distressing, evil, harmful, harmful; inferior; serious, grave, acute, incorrect, injured or diseased, misbehaving and disobedient, more unpleasant than usual, not functioning properly, of poor quality,...||bad|
|animal disease, destroy, cause decay; injure, develop canker, evil, make or become corrupt, plant disease, sore; plant disease; rot||canker|
|animal hide, animal skin; moorland; flat seam (Sewing); number of trees cut in a season, chop tree down, fall, fierce, terrible, ruthless, cruel; destructive; deadly, inauspicious, knock down, chop down (a tree); sew the edge of a seam down flat, knock...||fell|
|animal that makes a croaking sound (frog, etc.); type of fish; foreboder of evil; grumbler, croaking animal, doctor, fish that makes croaking sound||croaker|
|annoying or frustrating, damned, under a curse; evil, wretched, having been wished evil, wicked or hateful||cursed|
|as last resort, awful, beyond hope, despairing, extreme, hopeless, despairing; dangerous, violent; terrible, bad, in great need||desperate|
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