villain


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a mean, worthless character in a story or play

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I would fall so lightly on my stocking soles; a single soft, dull thud; then away under the moon without fear or risk of a false step; away over the stone walls to the main road, and so to the nearest police-station with my tale; and before sunrise the villains would be taken in their beds, and my darling would be safe!
The GM applies the cards effects to the game, takes the card and adds it to his Villain Cards.
However, Cibber's laughable performance as a villain had a more serious and significant consequence than the sad fate of his ego.
So, as TV's Nastiest Villains counts down those actors that are the best at being the worst, there won't be any surprise to find C5 favourites Stefan Dennis and Linda Gray here, giving their opinion on the likes of much missed Dallas bad guy JR Ewing (aka Larry Hagman), and Neighbours's love-to-hate villain Paul Robinson.
COME to think of it, almost every Mohit Suri film could be titled Ek Villain .
Commenting on the confusion about the villain of the film, Sidharth Malhotra said, "We have tried to confuse people and keep them guessing who the hero is and who is the villain?
After persistent series villain Kaos destroys the Skylands' crystal version of Alcatraz, pieces of the powerful Traptanium are scattered throughout the world along with all the baddies that were previously imprisoned there.
From the 1950s to the 1980s, no successful film could be made in India, without him as a villain or a character artist.
He played a vast range of roles - a hero, villain and character actor - but was best known for his bad guys, earning the honorific "Villain of the Millennium.
The project sought to create an archival/artistic meditation on the relationship between Bombay cinema and the city of Bombay over the 20th century, and Atul responded to this call by choosing thirteen consecutive stations on the city's ubiquitous local train network between Ghatkopar (where Atul lives) and Victoria Terminus (now CST) and dedicating each station to a villain of Bombay cinema.
YEOVIL: Manager Gary Johnson hailed Ed Upson's transformation from villain to hero after his late header sent them to the League One playoff final at Wembley.
YEOVIL manager Gary Johnson hailed Ed Upson's transformation from villain to hero after his late header sent them to the League One play-off final at Wembley.
DAVID Haye wants his next fight to be with Daniel Craig - as a villain in a James Bond film.
Individual articles address such topics as Nazi's as meta-villains, transitions from victims to villains, in-law women as cultural villains, and Jack Bauer as hero, anti-hero and villain.