When Cullotta looks back on his life, he acknowledges his deadly sins and shrugs when folks ask him about the prison time he did.
The lusts of the flesh were the most deadly sins, absolute chastity the most pleasing to God of all virtues.
He had war to amuse himself with, and the seven deadly sins.
I believe that even if I had committed all the seven deadly sins, I should have more than expiated them all in that awful hour.
Now shall I prove how a hunter may not fall into any of the seven deadly sins.
He passes on to the seven deadly sins which were apparently studied in the seminary where this priest of Venus learnt theology.
But the man's got to have the seven deadly sins on his forehead, or she honors him not.
“The heathen wench does look like the seven deadly sins for enticement,” agreed Don Diego and made the sign of the cross.
And what about the last of the deadly sins, the sin of sloth?
But Confucianism with its great merits has committed many “deadly sins,” and of those sins it must ultimately suffer the penalty.