Difference between Crime and Vice 

Difference between Crime and Vice :

Crime : noun

Crime meaning grave offence punishable by law

Example Sentences :

1. What you have done against your sister is nothing but a crime.
2. Stealing money from others is a crime.
3. Forgery and the coining of money have always been considered very serious crimes.

Vice : noun

Vice meaning evil, especially grossly immoral, habit or conduct

Example Sentences :

1. Drunkenness is not among his vices.
2. Smoking habit is treated as a vice by my parents.

Sin : noun

Sin meaning a transgression against divine law or principles of morality

Example Sentences :

1. Gossiping is a sin.
2. The seven deadly sins are pride, covetousness, lust, anger, gluttony, envy and sloth.

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