Evil and Mischief


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Evil noun – That which is morally unacceptable.
Mischief is a synonym for evil in event topic. In some cases you can use "Mischief" instead a noun "Evil", when it comes to topics like badness, act of cruelty.
Nearby Word: evilly
Synonyms for Evil


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Mischief noun – The quality or nature of being harmful or evil.
Evil is a synonym for mischief in trouble topic. You can use "Evil" instead a noun "Mischief", if it concerns topics such as event, harm.
Synonyms for Mischief

How words are described

human human evil human mischief
good good evil good mischief
pure pure evil pure mischief
usual usual evil usual mischief
Other adjectives: sheer, petty, real, little, general, greater, greatest, sealed.

Both words in one sentence

  • Sealed Evil in a Can Well, that's the trouble with prophecies... and he is a child of Loki, God of betrayal, mischief, and "evil".
  • Evil Is Petty The Ring, in short, gets to serve mischief rather than capital-E evil: Déagol only wants to possess it, and is promptly murdered before he can do something with it.
    Source: Evil Is Petty
  • The Mighty Thor: Loki eventually began to feel this way about being an evil god, in part because as a god of mischief, he hated the idea of being predictable.
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