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2, He was financially involved with a villain.
3, He wore a black cloak, like a pantomime villain.
4, Frank ran dodgy errands for a seedy local villain.
5, Get off my bike, you little villain!
6, He was often cast as the villain.
7, The villain made no scruple of committing murder.
8, A faulty fuse was the villain of the piece.
9, Bert's just a small-time villain.
10, He was cast as the villain.
11, He was stereotyped a villain.
12, The police still haven't nailed the villain.
13, He always gets typecast as the villain.
14, He was typed as villain in the theater.
15, He often plays the part of the villain.
16, He is a black villain.
17, He drew his sword and ran the villain through.
18, He is a villain of the deepest dye.
19, He is a villain,[http://sentencedict.com/villain.html]but he has some virture.
20, The king is represented as a villain in the play.
21, It's hard to identify the real villain of the piece in this case.
22, He's either a hero or a villain, depending on your point of view.
23, She seems to have cast me as the villain in her latest emotional upheaval.
24, I like films where the villain comes to a sticky end!
25, The villain of the novel is polished off in the last chapter but one.
26, Some people believe that Richard III did not murder his nephews and was not the villain he is generally thought to have been.
27, When the minister was forced to resign, the press was generally seen as the villain of the piece.
28, Clarke's trying to cast me in the role of villain here.
29, At the end of the film, the hero beat the living daylights out of the villain.
30, We've always been told that cholesterol, in foods like eggs, was a major cause of heart disease but, actually, saturated fat is the worst villain.
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