noun. The closest to charity, integrity, and honesty some of us will ever come.
Real citation: “Meanwhile, Tolliver's showing shades of, well, not-quite-so-eviltude, and George "give me a finger, and I'll give you the finger, cocksucker!" Hearst has revealed himself as King Imp. I find myself not only rooting for Swearengen out of cynical contrariness, but actually thinking he's a misunderstood paragon of frontier-west morality and practicality. Nice one, Milch.”
(Bubblehead, “3-6: "A Rich Find" 2006.07.16,” July 21, 2006, Television Without Pity, http://forums.televisionwithoutpity.com/index.php?s=&showtopic=3143290&view=findpost&p=5700011)
Made-up citation: "I'm officially lowering my dating standards. Cat people and pungency are still out; goat-ball-lickers and not-quite-so-eviltude are in."