The discussion poses an argument: In the book of Ezekiel, God is determined to wipe out a city, which is full of wickedness.
Trying to climb this mountain of wickedness is like trying to climb a glass wall with your bare hands.
Is it wickedness in me that I do not feel a willingness to be left to eternal sin?
There is no wickedness in any disinterested and sincere opinion.
The triumph of persecuted virtue and the punishment of wickedness invariably crown the story.
It might have been almost an Eden, but for the wickedness of fallen man.
She would tell her parents that she forgave them, tell them how she loved them still in spite of all their wickedness.
He had revelled in the tale of Chum's wickedness; he had adored him for being so conceited.
No account was given of their creation, nor of the origin of their wickedness.
I consider that to be actual wickedness,—wickedness against your own father.