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邪悪, じゃあく

  • jāku


adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi), noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • wicked
  • evil

Examples of 邪悪,じゃあく in a Sentence

He was punished for his evil acts.
Emperor Nero was an extremely evil tyrant.
He cloaked his evil intentions with his friendly behavior.
He knew nothing bad about him, but he felt something evil.
Animals act in a better manner than wicked humans.
He cloaks his wickedness under a smiling face.
Murder is a wicked crime.

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