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Definitions of sin:

part of speech: verb intransitive

To transgress, offend, or neglect the law of God or any duty; to commit evil deeds.

part of speech: noun


part of speech: present participle


part of speech: verb transitive

To bring about by sin; to commit ( a sin).

part of speech: verb intransitive

To commit sin: to violate or neglect the laws of morality or religion: to do wrong:- pr. p. sinning; pa. t. and pa. p. sinned.

part of speech: noun

Wilful breaking of the divine law; violation of the laws of morality; a special case of such violation.

part of speech: noun

Any action, word, or thought contrary to the law of God; the habitual neglect of religion; transgression; the omission of duty; a wicked act.

part of speech: noun

Willful violation of law: neglect of duty: neglect of the laws of morality and religion: wickedness: iniquity.

part of speech: verb

To violate any law of God; to do wrong.

part of speech: past tense, past participle


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To submit to the rule or authority of; as, to obey the commandments; comply with the orders or instructions of; as, to obey parents; to respond to direction or control of; as, a horse obeys the rein. ...

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