Sentence example with the word 'nefarious'

nefarious

abject, blameworthy, deplorable, execrable, heinous, low-down, obnoxious, putrid, scrubby, terrible, woeful

Definition adj. extremely wicked

Last update: September 30, 2016

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He had a nefarious personality.   [adverb]

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Now you may be wondering just what nefarious activities these people could possibly get up to.   [adjective]

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In one instance a non-Jew was inveigled into the nefarious scheme, and the method was also typical.   [adjective]

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Great Britain and Prussia very properly insisted that Charles John's first duty was to them, the former power rigorously protesting against the expenditure of her subsidies on the nefarious Norwegian adventure before the common enemy had been crushed.   [Please select]

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There will be no chance for him now to carry out his nefarious design.   [Please select]

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Bookam was wont to indulge in various nefarious Stock Exchange adventures.   [Please select]

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He was still in the wheel-house, not suspecting that his nefarious scheme had been wholly defeated.   [Please select]

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She was there for a purpose, a recognized, nefarious purpose.   [Please select]

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The ``statesman'' whom office does not render positively nefarious is at best an expensive superfluity.   [Please select]

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Bansemer was just as nefarious in his transactions, but he was a thousandfold more cautious.   [Please select]

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The King, happily, had too much magnanimity to agree to so nefarious a measure.   [Please select]

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