Vice [noun]

Definition of Vice:

bad habit; sin

Opposite/Antonyms of Vice:

Sentence/Example of Vice:

Persuasive is the voice of Vice, That spreads the insidious snare.

It seems to be the vice of those who have a long past behind them.

Vice was like hysterics—the more kindness you showed the worse grew the patient!

They are presented as good and evil, as vice and virtue, as villainy and heroism.

As for work, the blacksmith reveled in it, and made it practically his only vice.

Almost always these abandoned children are the offspring of vice.

Then vanity, the vice which promotes so many virtues, asserts itself.

The second power of vulgarity is obscenity, and this vice is like the pestilence.

The primal impulse of vice and sin is a short cut to happiness.

He might, perhaps, be led into all sorts of fashionable dissipation and vice.