He read Borges and admired him, but the title of The Universal History of iniquity gave him an immediate jolt.
Residents of South Carolina divorce at a rate twice as high as for that den of iniquity, Washington, D.C.
He stormed legendary spots like Palladium and Tunnel, and turned them into strobe-lit dens of iniquity.
The guerrillas also attacked the hotel, he says, because it was a den of iniquity in the eyes of the puritanical insurgency.
A cynic might question the use of religion as a landing pad when one is tumbling from a place of power into the abyss of iniquity.
From here we would issue in force to close for the night the various dens of iniquity.
The young Arab spoke to the boards as though they were partners in his iniquity.
There is no iniquity that has been so often visited with the immediate curse of God.
What a world of iniquity do we live in, what vice and corruption are ever around us!
Full then of iniquity, full of uncharitableness, full of all wickedness is this practice; and consequently full it is of folly.
c.1300, "hostility, malevolence; a hostile action," from Old French iniquité "wickedness, unfavorable situation," from Latin iniquitatem (nominative iniquitas) "unequalness, unevenness, injustice," noun of quality from iniquus "unjust, unequal; slanting, steep," from in- "not" (see in- (1)) + aequus "just, equal" (see equal). For vowel change, see acquisition. Meaning "evil, wickedness" is from late 14c.