A symbol of the trigonometric function sine. (noun)
A violation of God's will or religious law. (noun)
A misdeed. (noun)
To commit a sin. (verb)
A letter of the Hebrew alphabet; שׂ (noun)
A letter of the Arabic alphabet; س (noun)
Examples of word sin
_Oh! this people have sinned a great sin, and have made them gods of gold -- Yet now, if than wilt forgive their sin_
I know all about Nancy, and her first husband and how he left her, and she thought he was dead, and married a good man, and when that worthless devil came back she thought she was living in sin with that good man -- in _sin_!
And sin is _sin_ -- it is rebellion against the King of Heaven.
The common idea, then, is, that the justice of God consists in punishing sin: it is in the hope of giving a larger idea of the justice of God in punishing sin that I ask, '_Why is God bound to punish sin_?'
'Whosoever committeth sin, is the servant of _sin_;' the revised version gives, 'Every one that committeth sin is the bondservant of