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13 letters in word "nefariousness": A E E F I N N O R S S S U.

WASHINGTON — Incoming Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman John McCain wants to prohibit the Pentagon from award cost-plus contracts, arguing such deals encourage nefariousness.

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Mary gratified her eager mind by careful studies in this chosen line of nefariousness.
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The nefariousness of the scheme thus revealed infuriated Barmouth.

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"... stronger proof of the intenseness and nefariousness of the love of power, than the fact of its having virtually abrogated Christianity, and even turned ..."

Mary gratified her eager mind by careful studies in this chosen line of nefariousness.

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Tips: Nefarious refers to blatant evil or immorality. Its root word, nefas, meant "sin" in Latin. The noun nefariousness, of course, means evil or wickedness. Nefarious and depraved are synonyms. Both words are used to describe wicked, evil, and corrupt people or behavior. Depraved is used more to describe a person's character, while nefarious is used more to describe the evil or corrupt act: "He is a depraved man who is known for his nefarious business practices."