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    Red face vicious

    1. Drug addition is a kind of vicious habit.
    2. He is leading himself to a vicious life of being a drug addict.
    3. It's such a vicious remarks of cursing others.
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    Re: vicious

    Quote Originally Posted by Ju View Post
    1. Drug addition is a kind of vicious habit.
    2. He is leading himself to a vicious life of being a drug addict.
    3. It's such a vicious remarks of cursing others.
    • I am trying to make sentences with vicious. Are the above sentence OK?
    • How could I make them better?
    Thanks
    Check out the definitions and examples:

    vi·cious (vĭsh'əs)
    adj.
    1. Having the nature of vice; evil, immoral, or depraved.
    2. Given to vice, immorality, or depravity.
    3. Spiteful; malicious: vicious gossip.
    4. Disposed to or characterized by violent or destructive behavior. See synonyms at cruel.
    5. Marked by an aggressive disposition; savage. Used chiefly of animals.
    6. Severe or intense; fierce: a vicious storm.
    7. Faulty, imperfect, or otherwise impaired by defects or a defect: a forced, vicious style of prose.
    8. Impure; foul.
    [Middle English, from Old French vicieus, from Latin vitiōsus, from vitium, vice.]
    vi'cious·ly adv.
    vi'cious·ness n.

    The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2004, 2000 by Houghton Mifflin Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.

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