Definition of Evilnesses
1. evilness [n] - See also: evilness
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Literary usage of Evilnesses
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Lives of the Queens of England: From the Norman Conquest by Agnes Strickland (1885)
"... I weighed it more deeper when you said 'you would worn me of all evilnesses that you should hear of me;' for if your grace had not a good opinion of me, ..."
2. Racial Factors in Democracy by Philip Ainsworth Means (1919)
"... and ancient mental or intellectual or spiritual evilnesses; as yet human nature is not much more perfect than it was half a million years ago; ..."
3. The Life of Queen Elizabeth by Agnes Strickland (1910)
"... I weighed it more deeper when you said—'you would warn me of all evilnesses that you should hear of me," for if your Grace had not a good opinion of me, ..."
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