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Negative ConnotationPlay
The word 'vice' implies a strong negative judgment about someone's behavior or habit. SlideHis gambling vice destroyed his family's finances.
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Often AddictivePlay
'Vice' typically refers to habits that can be addictive or hard to break. SlideMany people find their sweet tooth to be a vice they can't give up.
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Moral UndertonePlay
Using 'vice' in a sentence often carries a moral undertone of disapproval. SlideShe viewed his love for luxury as a vice, not merely a preference.