| Oh, how cowardly is wickedness always!|
| Peace and wickedness are far asunder.|
| The world loves a spice of wickedness.|
| For never, never wicked man was wise.|
| Wickedness may prosper for a while.|
| No wickedness has any ground of reason.|
| The majority is wicked.|
| Do not be deceived; happiness and enjoyment do not lie in wicked ways.|
| Wickedness is a kind of voluntary frenzy, and a chosen distraction.|
| The happiness of the wicked passes away like a torrent.|
| I never wonder to see men wicked, but I often wonder to see them not ashamed.|
| Few are so wicked as to take delight in crimes unprofitable.|
| What rein can hold licentious wickedness, when down the hill he holds his fierce career?|
| The wickedness of the few makes the calamity of the many.|
| Theres a method in mans wickedness; it grows up by degrees.|
Beaumont and Fletcher.
| It is no sin to be tempted; the wickedness lies in being overcome.|
| Cause Ise wicked,I is. Is mighty wicked, anyhow, I cant help it.|
Harriet Beecher Stowe.
| They that plough iniquity and sow wickedness reap the same.|
| || Destroy his fib, or sophistryin vain!|
|The creatures at his dirty work again.|
| Was ever any wicked man free from the stings of a guilty conscience?|
| ||Are you calld forth from out a world of men,|
|To slay the innocent?|
| Mental stains cannot be removed by time, nor washed away by any waters.|
| The disposition to do a bad deed is the most terrible punishment of the deed it does.|
| To see and listen to the wicked is already the beginning of wickedness.|
| Wickedness resides in the very hesitation about an act, even though it be not perpetrated.|
| Great God, have pity on the wicked, for thou didst everything for the good, when thou madest them good!|
| We can never be grieved for their miseries who are thoroughly wicked, and have thereby justly called their calamities on themselves.|
| It is a statistical fact that the wicked work harder to reach hell than the righteous do to enter heaven.|
H. W. Shaw.
| Hint at the existence of wickedness in a light, easy, and agreeable manner, so that nobodys fine feelings may be offended.|
| The sure way to wickedness is always through wickedness.|
| If the wicked flourish, and thou suffer, be not discouraged; they are fatted for destruction, thou are dieted for health.|
| Wickedness is a wonderfully diligent architect of misery, of shame, accompanied with terror, and commotion, and remorse, and endless perturbation.|
| Doubtless the world is wicked enough; but it will not be improved by the extension of a spirit which self-righteously sees more to reform outside of itself than in itself.|
J. G. Holland.
| Wickedness may well be compared to a bottomless pit, into which it is easier to keep ones self from falling, then, being fallen, to give ones self any stay from falling infinitely.|
Sir P. Sidney.
| There is no man suddenly either excellently good or extremely wicked; but grows so, either as he holds himself up in virtue, or lets himself slide to viciousness.|
Sir P. Sidney.
| God has sometimes converted wickedness into madness; and it is to the credit of human reason that men who are not in some degree mad are never capable of being in the highest degree wicked.|