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(Baseball) A misplay in fielding or throwing a ball which allows a runner to reach base or to advance to the next base: neither a wild pitch nor a passed ball is an error
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  1. (Baseball) A misplay in fielding or throwing a ball which allows a runner to reach base or to advance to the next base: neither a wild pitch nor a passed ball is an error
  2. The condition of having incorrect or false knowledge.
  3. The difference between a computed or estimated result and the actual value, as in mathematics
(Countable) An instance of doing wrong.
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  1. (Countable) An instance of doing wrong.
  2. (Uncountable) Violation of standards of behavior.
  3. Any act or behavior that is wrong; the doing of wrong; transgression
The transgression of a moral or social law, code, or duty.
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  1. The transgression of a moral or social law, code, or duty.
  2. (--- Law) An illegal act done forcefully against another's person, rights, or property; also, legal action for damages resulting from this
  3. (Law) Any of various torts involving interference to another's enjoyment of his property, especially the act of being present on another's land without lawful excuse.
The exceeding of due bounds or limits.
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  1. The exceeding of due bounds or limits.
  2. The act or an instance of transgressing; breach of a law, duty, etc.
  3. A relative rise in sea level resulting in deposition of marine strata over terrestrial strata. The sequence of sedimentary strata formed by transgressions and regressions provides information about the changes in sea level during a particular geologic time.
Gross immorality or injustice; wickedness.
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  1. Gross immorality or injustice; wickedness.
  2. Lack of righteousness or justice; wickedness
  3. A grossly immoral act; a sin.
The quality or condition of being immoral.
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  1. The quality or condition of being immoral.
  2. (Uncountable) The state or quality of being immoral; vice.
  3. (Countable) An immoral act or practice.
An act committed in violation of law where the consequence of conviction by a court is punishment, especially where the punishment is a serious one such as imprisonment.
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  1. An act committed in violation of law where the consequence of conviction by a court is punishment, especially where the punishment is a serious one such as imprisonment.
  2. An act committed in violation of a law prohibiting it, or omitted in violation of a law ordering it; often, specif., such an act of a serious nature, as a felony: crimes are variously punishable by death, imprisonment, or the imposition of certain fines or restrictions: the range of crime includes felonies and misdemeanors, but not petty violations of local ordinances
  3. Unlawful activity:
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  1. Ungodly behaviour.
  2. The state of being ungodly.
(Uncountable) The quality of being venial (pardonable).
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  1. (Uncountable) The quality of being venial (pardonable).
  2. (Countable) A venial (pardonable) action or an instance of venial behaviour.
To deviate from the established moral code; do wrong
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  1. To deviate from the established moral code; do wrong
  2. (Obs.) To go astray; wander
  3. To be wrong or mistaken; fall into error
To cause displeasure, anger, resentment, or wounded feelings in:
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  1. To cause displeasure, anger, resentment, or wounded feelings in:
  2. To hurt the feelings of; cause to feel resentful, angry, or displeased; insult
  3. To create resentment, anger, or displeasure; give offense
To infringe on the privacy, time, or attention of another:
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  1. To infringe on the privacy, time, or attention of another:
  2. To go beyond the limits of what is considered right or moral; do wrong; transgress
  3. An illegal act committed against another’s person or property; especially entering upon another’s land without the owner’s permission. An illegal act committed against another’s person or property; especially entering upon another’s land without the owner’s permission. In common law, a legal suit for injuries resulting from an instance of the first definition. To enter upon property without permission, either actual or constructive.
To act in violation of (the law, for example).
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  1. To act in violation of (the law, for example).
  2. To spread over land, especially over the land along a subsiding shoreline. Used of the sea.
  3. To go beyond or over (a limit or boundary); exceed or overstep:
To behave badly.
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  1. To behave badly.
  2. To act or behave in an inappropriate, improper, incorrect, or unexpected manner.
  3. To behave (oneself) in an inappropriate way:
(--- Theology) To lose primordial innocence and happiness. Used of humanity as a result of the Fall.
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  1. (--- Theology) To lose primordial innocence and happiness. Used of humanity as a result of the Fall.
  2. To pass into a particular state, condition, or situation:
  3. To come forth as if by falling; issue:
To fall from a previous level or standard, as of accomplishment, quality, or conduct:
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  1. To fall from a previous level or standard, as of accomplishment, quality, or conduct:
  2. To slip or fall; esp., to slip into a specified state
  3. To slip or deviate from a higher standard or fall into (former) erroneous ways; backslide
(Figuratively, idiomatic)
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  1. (Figuratively, idiomatic)
  2. Used other than as an idiom. To roll around in mud or dirt
To revert to bad habits or lapse in religious practice.
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  1. To revert to bad habits or lapse in religious practice.
  2. To regress; to slip backwards or revert to a previous, worse state.
  3. To slide backward in morals or religious enthusiasm; become less virtuous, less pious, etc.
(Intransitive, idiomatic) To cohabit as if man and wife without being married.
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  1. (Intransitive, idiomatic) To cohabit as if man and wife without being married.
An act committed in violation of a law prohibiting it, or omitted in violation of a law ordering it; often, specif., such an act of a serious nature, as a felony: crimes are variously punishable by death, imprisonment, or the imposition of certain fines or restrictions: the range of crime includes felonies and misdemeanors, but not petty violations of local ordinances
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  1. An act committed in violation of a law prohibiting it, or omitted in violation of a law ordering it; often, specif., such an act of a serious nature, as a felony: crimes are variously punishable by death, imprisonment, or the imposition of certain fines or restrictions: the range of crime includes felonies and misdemeanors, but not petty violations of local ordinances
  2. An act committed in violation of law where the consequence of conviction by a court is punishment, especially where the punishment is a serious one such as imprisonment.
  3. (Informal) Something regrettable or deplorable; shame
Reckless mischief.
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  1. Reckless mischief.
  2. Reckless mischief, fun, etc.
  3. Evil magic; witchcraft.
A dealing with devils, as by sorcery or witchcraft
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  1. A dealing with devils, as by sorcery or witchcraft
  2. Lore about devils, diabolism, etc.
  3. Devilish conduct; deviltry.
Something that is a cause or source of suffering, injury, or destruction:
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  1. Something that is a cause or source of suffering, injury, or destruction:
  2. That which causes harm, misfortune, or destruction:
  3. The quality of being morally bad or wrong; wickedness.
Immoral behavior
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  1. Immoral behavior
  2. (Countable) An immoral act or practice.
  3. The quality or condition of being immoral.
Gross immorality or injustice; wickedness.
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  1. Gross immorality or injustice; wickedness.
  2. Lack of righteousness or justice; wickedness
  3. A grossly immoral act; a sin.
A wrong or wicked act; crime, sin, etc.
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  1. A wrong or wicked act; crime, sin, etc.
  2. A wrong or illegal deed; a wrongdoing.
Any violation of the law for which the judicial code demands there be a penalty, including misdemeanors and felonies. See also crime. Any violation of the law for which the judicial code demands there be a penalty, including misdemeanors and felonies. See also crime.
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  1. Any violation of the law for which the judicial code demands there be a penalty, including misdemeanors and felonies. See also crime. Any violation of the law for which the judicial code demands there be a penalty, including misdemeanors and felonies. See also crime.
  2. Something that outrages moral sensibilities:
  3. The condition of being offended, esp. of feeling hurt, resentful, or angry; umbrage
Sinfulness
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That which is unjust, immoral, or improper:
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  1. That which is unjust, immoral, or improper:
  2. An unjust, injurious, or immoral act:
  3. The condition of being in error or at fault:
(Uncountable) Violation of standards of behavior.
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  1. (Uncountable) Violation of standards of behavior.
  2. (Countable) An instance of doing wrong.
  3. Any act or behavior that is wrong; the doing of wrong; transgression
Anything that causes harm, pain, misery, disaster, etc.
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  1. Anything that causes harm, pain, misery, disaster, etc.
  2. That which causes harm, misfortune, or destruction:
  3. The quality of being morally bad or wrong; wickedness.
Gross immorality or injustice; wickedness.
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  1. Gross immorality or injustice; wickedness.
  2. Lack of righteousness or justice; wickedness
  3. A grossly immoral act; a sin.
Sinfulness
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That which is unjust, immoral, or improper:
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  1. That which is unjust, immoral, or improper:
  2. An unjust, injurious, or immoral act:
  3. The condition of being in error or at fault:
An act committed in violation of law where the consequence of conviction by a court is punishment, especially where the punishment is a serious one such as imprisonment.
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  1. An act committed in violation of law where the consequence of conviction by a court is punishment, especially where the punishment is a serious one such as imprisonment.
  2. An act committed in violation of a law prohibiting it, or omitted in violation of a law ordering it; often, specif., such an act of a serious nature, as a felony: crimes are variously punishable by death, imprisonment, or the imposition of certain fines or restrictions: the range of crime includes felonies and misdemeanors, but not petty violations of local ordinances
  3. Unlawful activity:
The condition of being offended, esp. of feeling hurt, resentful, or angry; umbrage
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  1. The condition of being offended, esp. of feeling hurt, resentful, or angry; umbrage
  2. The act of breaking a law; sin or crime; transgression
  3. Any violation of the law for which the judicial code demands there be a penalty, including misdemeanors and felonies. See also crime. Any violation of the law for which the judicial code demands there be a penalty, including misdemeanors and felonies. See also crime.
Great anger, indignation, etc. aroused by such an act or offense
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  1. Great anger, indignation, etc. aroused by such an act or offense
  2. An act of extreme violence or viciousness:
  3. Something that is grossly offensive to decency, morality, or good taste:
(Obs.) To go astray; wander
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  1. (Obs.) To go astray; wander
  2. To commit an act that is wrong; do wrong.
  3. To be wrong or mistaken; fall into error
To cause displeasure, anger, resentment, or wounded feelings in:
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  1. To cause displeasure, anger, resentment, or wounded feelings in:
  2. To hurt the feelings of; cause to feel resentful, angry, or displeased; insult
  3. To create resentment, anger, or displeasure; give offense
To act in violation of (the law, for example).
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  1. To act in violation of (the law, for example).
  2. To spread over land, especially over the land along a subsiding shoreline. Used of the sea.
  3. To go beyond or over (a limit or boundary); exceed or overstep:
(Law) To commit a trespass
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  1. (Law) To commit a trespass
  2. An illegal act committed against another’s person or property; especially entering upon another’s land without the owner’s permission. An illegal act committed against another’s person or property; especially entering upon another’s land without the owner’s permission. In common law, a legal suit for injuries resulting from an instance of the first definition. To enter upon property without permission, either actual or constructive.
  3. To go beyond the limits of what is considered right or moral; do wrong; transgress