implike, wrong, disgusting, loathly, sordid, diabolic, unrighteous, fiendish, pixilated, prankish, perverted, infernal, arch, deviant, severe, flagitious, unhallowed, disgustful, diabolical, repellant, extraordinary, unsavory, demonic, skanky, yucky, satanic, impish, gross, distasteful, unethical, vile, over-the-top, dark, mischievous, repelling, amoral, guilty, rotten, unlawful, right, hellish, reprobate, illegal, culpable, vicious, puckish, peccant
evil (part of speech: adjective)
disgraceful, nefarious, revolting, reprehensible, terrible, detrimental, calamitous, loathsome, repulsive, abominable, sinister, foul, monstrous, evil, bad, offensive, damnable, repugnant, hideous, destructive, heinous, wicked, baneful, atrocious, repellent
wicked (part of speech: adjective)
depraved, obnoxious, iniquitous, felonious, base, lawbreaking, improper, evildoing, debased, criminal, shocking, sadistic, misdoing, wrongdoing, blameworthy, debauched, immoral, degenerate, perverse, villainous, scandalous, corrupt, black, indecent
impious (part of speech: adjective)
- It was not only sentimental in tone but there were mysterious phrases which seemed to hold a deep and sinful significance. - "Almost A Man", Mary Wood-Allen.
- When an ordinary man, a sinful man, dies, he is overcome by the logical result of the sin in himself. - "Quiet Talks about Jesus", S. D. Gordon.
- It seemed a treacherous and sinful thing to hand this man over to a savage throng of white men, perhaps to be lynched on the road. - "The Captain of the Gray-Horse Troop", Hamlin Garland.