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Diabloic
(adj)
(diabolical)
The DIABOLICAL villain planned to take over the world.
-fiendish, wicked, or having to do with the devil
Ex. Lord voldemort,
Iniquity
(N) (iniquitious
None
He begged the judge to forgive his iniquities
- wickedness, sin or injustice
ex: 9/11.. civil unjustice
Wanton
(adj)
(none)

the mass murder of sixteen innocent children was a wanton act of violence
-senseless, unjustified, unprovoked, or deliberately cruel or malicious OR (extravagant or wasteful spending)
ex: Hitler
Malefactor
(n)
(Malefaction) (malefactrcy
The diabolical MALEFACTOR committed wanton acts of iniquity.
- a criminal or evildoer, or one who commits a serious offense
EX: sadam Hussein
Insidious
(adj)
(none)
The INSIDIOUS behavior of the malefactor went unnoticed until it was too late.
- sly, crafty, underhanded or treacherous
EX: signs, the crop,
Flagrant
(adj)
(none) flagrantly (adv)
- scandalous, outrageous, or glaringly bad (obviously wrong, bad, etc) (intentional)
ex: doing something intentaionlly bad
Repugnant
(adj)
(none) repugnantly, repugnance, repugnantion
A vegetarian may consider red meat to be REPUGNANT
- repulsive, loathsome, offensive, very distasteful
ex: cherries
Eerie
(adj)
(none)
The EERIE appearnce of the hooded figure sent chills down his spine
- weird, frightening, strange or mysterious
ex: fog, Halloween, Friday the 13, graveyard
Bogus
(adj)
(none)]
His BOGUS claim to be football hero was later discovered to be false
- counterfeit or not genuine
EX: bogus money
Feign (
v)
(none) feint
She FEIGNED illness to avoid going to school
- to pretend, imitate, or invent falsely (FAKE SOMETHING, NOT SOMEONE)
ex: usually w/ illness
Hoodwink
(v)
She was HOODWINKED because she believe everything
- to decive, or to prevent from seeing the truth (ONLY PPL)
ex: gullible ppl are hoodwinked, fooled by everyone