Similar words: villain, villa, village, bougainvillea, rainy, lain, villi, slain. Meaning: ['vɪlənɪ] n. 1. the quality of evil by virtue of villainous behavior 2. a treacherous or vicious act.
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1. The impression of villainy was inescapable.
2. They justify every villainy in the name of high ideals.
3. Arthur had found proof of Aguisel's villainy and had attacked him in Bremenium.
4. Now I suspect some villainy so when we get there, slip away.
5. Professional villainy now boasts an annual turnover of ￡14 billion.
6. Where villainy go before, vengeance follow after.
7. Of course, we will never give in to villainy.
8. Why some hooligans have interest to casual villainy?
9. We will never give in to villainy.
10. And thus l clothe my naked villainy , with old odd ends stolen forth from holy writ, and seem a saint, when mostl play the devil.
11. Wretched hives of scum and villainy always have the best music.
12. Whatever how wide, we also guard the villainy , keep the false away and oppose the sellout.
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13. Though on "Lost, " villainy is such a constantly morphing idea that at some point it might be a hotel chain that we begin to regard most reprovingly .
14. Every sort of villainy has repeatedly been brought home to him.
15. We detest with horror the duplicity and villainy of the murderous hyenas of Bukharinite wreckers.
16. At the end of the book, virtue is rewarded and villainy punished.
17. Now I saw starkly, for the first time, the villainy and the sheer horror of Frankenstein's researches.
18. They are nice people: they believe that everything ought to be fair, that is to say that virtue is rewarded and villainy punished.
19. But far above them stand the higher movers of villainy.
20. Joe was his ticket out of Notting Hill, his passport into the world of real villainy.
21. Xy : Now if you will excuse me, I've got first - class villainy to perform.
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