What Is the Definition of Iniquity?

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The term iniquity refers to gross immorality or injustice and is alternatively referred to as wickedness. This word is from the Middle English and Anglo-French word iniquite and it was first used in the fourteenth century.
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in·iq·ui·ty
[ih-nik-wi-tee]
NOUN [PLURAL IN·IQ·UI·TIES.]
1.
gross injustice or wickedness.
2.
a violation of right or duty; wicked act; sin.
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