nefast

nefast

(nɪˈfɑːst)
adj
nefarious, wicked
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This confirmation is represented by scientific resarchers as an iceberg whose submerged composition covers many of the other nefast aspects of the SCZ condition.
Finally, Nirala levels his main charge: the phonological features of Bengali are not "innocent." They have a major, nefast impact on the psyche of Bengalis:
These were also bureaucratized to a certain extent, and supplied with a complement of otherworldly soldiers who could quash nefast influences.