Scelestic

Sce┬Ěles'tic adjective [ Latin scelestus , from scelus wickedness.] Evil; wicked; atrocious. [ Obsolete] ' Scelestic villainies.' Feltham.
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Scelestic

• (a.) Evil; wicked; atrocious.
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scelestic

scelestic Wicked; villainous. Inter-related cross references, directly or indirectly, involving word units meaning 'bad, wrong': caco-, kako-; dys-; mal-; mis-; pessim-.
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scelestic

wicked; villainous
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