Sinónimos de evil en inglés:

evil


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adjetivo

1‘an evil deed’

SINÓNIMOS
wicked, bad, wrong, morally wrong, wrongful, immoral, sinful, ungodly, unholy, foul, vile, base, ignoble, dishonourable, corrupt, iniquitous, depraved, degenerate, villainous, nefarious, sinister, vicious, malicious, malevolent, demonic, devilish, diabolic, diabolical, fiendish, dark, black-hearted
monstrous, shocking, despicable, atrocious, heinous, odious, contemptible, horrible, execrable
coloquial low-down, stinking, dirty, shady, warped, bent, crooked
arcaico dastardly, black
marginal egregious, flagitious, peccable
ANTÓNIMOS

good, virtuous

2‘the evil influence of society’

SINÓNIMOS
harmful, hurtful, injurious, detrimental, deleterious, inimical, bad, mischievous, pernicious, malignant, malign, baleful, venomous, noxious, poisonous
corrupting, subversive
calamitous, disastrous, destructive, ruinous
literario malefic, maleficent
marginal prejudicious
ANTÓNIMOS

good, beneficial

3‘his army suffered in the evil weather’

SINÓNIMOS
unpleasant, disagreeable, nasty, horrible, foul, filthy, vile
inclement, wet, rainy, stormy, squally, blustery, cold, freezing, foggy
Britanico coloquial Baltic
ANTÓNIMOS

pleasant, fine

4‘she helped those who had fallen on evil times’

SINÓNIMOS
unlucky, unfortunate, unfavourable, adverse, unhappy, disastrous, catastrophic, ruinous, calamitous, unpropitious, inauspicious, dire, woeful

nombre

1‘I sense the evil in our midst’

SINÓNIMOS
wickedness, bad, badness, wrong, wrongdoing, sin, sinfulness, ungodliness, immorality, vice, iniquity, turpitude, degeneracy, vileness, baseness, perversion, corruption, depravity, villainy, nefariousness, atrocity, malevolence, devilishness
coloquial shadiness, crookedness
marginal peccability, peccancy
ANTÓNIMOS

goodness

2‘nothing but evil would come out of such a meeting’

SINÓNIMOS
harm, pain, hurt, misery, sorrow, suffering, trauma, trouble, disaster, detriment, destruction, loss, misfortune, catastrophe, calamity, affliction, woe, ruin, hardship
ills
ANTÓNIMOS

benefit

3‘the evils of war’

SINÓNIMOS
abomination, atrocity, obscenity, outrage, enormity, crime, monstrosity, barbarity, barbarism
torment, curse, bane
ANTÓNIMOS

blessing