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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
iniquity (noun)
1.
gross injustice - wickedness
2.
a wicked act or thing - sin
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
iniquity (noun)
1.
immoral conduct or practices harmful or offensive to society
SYNONIMS:
corruption, debauchery, depravity, immorality, iniquitousness, iniquity, libertinage, libertinism, licentiousness, profligacy, sin
RELATED WORDS:
bad, badness, blackness, evil, evildoing, ill, turpitude, villainy, wickedness, wrong; atrociousness, evilness, heinousness, sinfulness, unscrupulousness, viciousness, vileness, villainousness; devilry ( deviltry), fiendishness; corruptness, debasement, degeneracy, degeneration, depravedness, dissoluteness, dissolution; indecency, lasciviousness, lechery, lewdness, looseness, perversion, pervertedness, wantonness; abomination, anathema, taboo ( tabu); criminality, reprehensibleness; baseness, despicableness, dirtiness, lowness, meanness; lousiness, miserableness, wretchedness
NEAR ANTONYMS:
good, right; honesty, honor, integrity, legitimacy, probity, rectitude, scrupulosity, scrupulousness, uprightness; goodness, righteousness, virtuousness; blamelessness; chastity, innocence, perfection, pureness, purity, spotlessness; cleanness, correctness, decency, decorousness, propriety, rightness, seemliness
morality, virtue
iniquity (noun)
2.
that which is morally unacceptable
SYNONIMS:
bad, evildoing, ill, immorality, iniquity, sin, villainy, wrong
RELATED WORDS:
atrociousness, atrocity, badness, balefulness, darkness, depravedness, devilishness, diabolism, enormity, evilness, heinousness, iniquitousness, satanism, sinfulness, vileness, wickedness; devilry ( deviltry), fiendishness; cancer, canker, decay, rot, squalor; corruption, debauchery, degeneracy, depravity, indecency, malefaction, perversion, pervertedness, scurrility, scurrilousness; abomination, anathema, taboo ( tabu)
NEAR ANTONYMS:
decency, goodness, honesty, integrity, probity, rectitude, uprightness; goodness, righteousness, virtuousness
good, morality, right, virtue
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