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a mean, worthless character in a story or play

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The villain of the TV series this year was chosen specifically because of the "Crisis" event, according to Wallace.
The mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist turns out to be tough, leading Bond onto the trail of a mysterious villain armed with dangerous technology.
Bohemian Rhapsody star Rami Malek has been revealed as the latest Bond villain for the 25th 007 film, which has begun shooting in Jamaica.
While he started out as a Fantastic Four villain, his biggest spotlight came in "Annihilation," where he led an invasion to conquer or destroy the galaxy.
Nature in the form of rain interfered with the game and became a villain. Indian Captain Virat Kohli was excited after his 152 score even though India was all out for 307 runs - 28 runs short of South African score of 335 in the first innings.
Actor Kenneth Branagh says he would love to play the villain in the next James Bond movie.
He started his film career in 1966 as a villain and then he performed as hero in film, 'Phanne Khan', with Noor Jahan.
So it was a bit jarring to hear Newsome talk about being a villain in the PBA Governors' Cup Finals series featuring the Bolts and the Barangay Ginebra Kings.
Finally Dodge launched its TV spot that portrays Dodge as the villain's car challenging the Batmobile.
The Welsh actor plays villain Ser Alliser Thorne in the HBO fantasy TV series, but said fans still warm to his alter ego.
We all have dozens of Hero, Villain, and Victim personas that have various levels of information.
The GM applies the cards effects to the game, takes the card and adds it to his Villain Cards.
The actor who had recently and triumphantly typecast himself as a player of farcical, flamboyant fops could not convincingly perform the part of the villain. This may have been the occasion on which the disgruntled audience, who had had enough of Cibber's appalling performance, started mercilessly hurling "Oranges, Apples, Turnips [at Cibber's head] from the Galleries, and among the rest of their Artillery a Stone" (Laureat 47).