deadly sin

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  • deadly sin — ► NOUN ▪ (in Christian tradition) a sin regarded as leading to damnation …   English terms dictionary

  • deadly sin — noun an unpardonable sin entailing a total loss of grace (Freq. 1) theologians list seven mortal sins • Syn: ↑mortal sin • Ant: ↑venial sin (for: ↑mortal sin) …   Useful english dictionary

  • deadly sin — ▪ religion also called  Cardinal Sin,         any of the sins, usually numbering seven, dating back to the early history of Christian monasticism; they were grouped together as early as the 6th century by St. Gregory the Great. A sin was… …   Universalium

  • deadly sin — /dɛdli ˈsɪn/ (say dedlee sin) noun 1. (plural) → seven deadly sins. 2. → mortal sin …  

  • deadly sin — noun (in Christian tradition) a sin regarded as leading to damnation. See the seven deadly sins at seven …   English new terms dictionary

  • deadly sin — any of the seven deadly sins (pride, covetousness, lust, anger, gluttony, envy and sloth) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • deadly sin — noun Date: 13th century one of seven sins of pride, covetousness, lust, anger, gluttony, envy, and sloth held to be fatal to spiritual progress …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • The Seventh Deadly Sin — Infobox Album Name = The Seventh Deadly Sin Type = Album Artist = Ice T Released = September 12, 1999 (Internet)cite news|last=Freydkin|first=Donna|title=No thaw for rapper Ice T|url=|publis… …   Wikipedia

  • The First Deadly Sin — Infobox Film name = The First Deadly Sin caption = Theatrical release poster director = Brian G. Hutton producer = Frank Sinatra Elliott Kastner George Pappas Mark Shanker writer = Lawrence Sanders (novel) Mann Rubin (screenplay) music = Gordon… …   Wikipedia

  • deadly — adj 1 Deadly, mortal, fatal, lethal mean causing or causative of death. Deadly may imply an extremely high degree of probability rather than a certainty of death; the term therefore applies to something with the capacity of or a marked… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

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