villain

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Synonyms for villain

a mean, worthless character in a story or play

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Strikingly redoubtable women (tick), brave boys determined to fight for their country (tick), worried mothers (tick), bucolic Britain's rural idyll under threat (tick), a wife-beating bully to hate (tick), a cartoon villain lady of the manor (tick) and - most importantly - jam-making (double tick).
Rosemary, Emmerdale's answer to Cruella de Vil, is really scraping the bottom of the cartoon villain barrel in her fiendish campaign to send Perdy doolally.
Coco has all the makings of a classic cartoon villain," says Susan.
The Serbs he must evade include a cartoon villain (Olek Krupa) and his ``expert'' marksman, Tracker (Vladimir Mashkov), who might be the world's worst shot with a scope rifle.
A chilling secret that will doubtless take as tediously long to be revealed as the one Chrissie's keeping about torching cartoon villain Robert's car.
What did simpering Sarah Platt hope to achieve by telling the cops that cartoon villain Callum had a gun?
Now the hunt is on to find the culprit, with cartoon villain Polluto fingered as the prime suspect.
He is not a cartoon villain, but a dangerous madman who has no check on his actions.
If the nation was looking for a cartoon villain, Abu Hamza al-Masri - a cross between Captain Hook and Long John Silver - does indeed look the part, but it's still not entirely clear what he has done wrong.
Their mission - which involves mustache empowerment (see Red Sox World Series victory), special guest stars (Jeffrey Tambor voices a balding King Neptune, Scarlett Johansson is Neptune's sensible daughter, and Alec Baldwin lends his rasp to a hit man) and an ice cream sundae bender - is precipitated by another one of Plankton's (Doug Lawrence, quite simply the greatest cartoon villain voice ever) evil schemes for world domination and Krabby Patty thievery.
Douglas and Fawcett are equally wooden, with no feel at all for science fiction, while the usually excellent Harvey Keitel is nothing more than a cartoon villain.
And not only do they look like cartoon villains, they act like cartoon villains and even want to control the world like cartoon villains.
The book reached #1 on Barnes & Noble's website and was profiled in publications ranging from US News & World Report to Publishers Weekly, but it drew fiery criticism from liberals for its portrayal of Hillary Clinton and Ted Kennedy as cartoon villains who tax and regulate a child's lemonade stand.
There Are Liberals Under My Bed garnered national attention for its portrayal of Democratic senators Hillary Clinton and Ted Kennedy as cartoon villains who tax and regulate a lemonade stand run by two young brothers.
In the future Zeek and his Millennium Force will address environmental, health or other issues, and pursue new cartoon villains representing the darker sides.