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den of iniquity

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishden of iniquityden of iniquityBAD BEHAVIOUR OR ACTIONSa place where activities that you think are immoral or evil happen – often used humorously Her mother was convinced that London was a den of iniquity. den
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den of iniquityWell we've got them here now and they're after building a den of iniquity on top of your Imperial Roman artefacts.A real den of iniquity it's divided up into several little catacombs.Cranston loved this place, a veritable den of iniquity but one which sold good ales, fine wine and delicious food.
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