Another word for sin
error, wrongdoing, trespass, transgression, wickedness, evil-doing, iniquity, immorality, crime, ungodliness, unrighteousness, veniality, disobedience to the divine will, transgression of the divine law, violation of God's law.
The seven deadly or capital or mortal sins believed by some Christian denominations to lead to spiritual death are: pride, covetousness or avarice, lust, wrath or anger, gluttony, envy, sloth.
err, do wrong, commit a crime, offend, break the moral law, break one of the Commandments, trespass, transgress, misbehave, misconduct oneself, go astray, stray from the path of duty, wander from the paths of righteousness, fall, lapse, fall from grace, fall from virtue, sow one's wild oats*, kick over the traces*, let one's foot slip*, take the primrose path*, wallow in the mire*, wander from the straight and narrow*, follow the broad way*, backslide*, live in sin*, sleep around*; see also curse 1, deceive, kill 1, steal.
Another word for sinnoun
A wicked act or wicked behavior:crime, deviltry, diablerie, evil, evildoing, immorality, iniquity, misdeed, offense, peccancy, wickedness, wrong, wrongdoing. See right
That which is morally bad or objectionable:evil, iniquity, peccancy, wickedness, wrong. See right
Something that offends one's sense of propriety, fairness, or justice:crime, offense, outrage. See right