villainy


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Synonyms for villainy

Synonyms for villainy

Synonyms for villainy

the quality of evil by virtue of villainous behavior

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a criminal or vicious act

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Cavill's excellent deadpan makes his villainy all the more unsettling, proof that it does the actor well to step away from playing a caped superhero every so often.
Grant is marvellous, never overdoing the pantomime villainy, seething with actorly vanity as he shares his evil plans with a roomful of mannequins done up as Hamlet, Macbeth, etc.
In a satirical tone, Austen parodies the melodramatic writing in Lady Maclairn, the Victim Of Villainy, a Gothic novel by Rachel Hunter.
Follow the story of Aladdin's little brother, Xavier, as he seeks to win over his true love, Aisha, and end the villainy of an evil conductor.
Pantomime villainy bumps and grinds against clunky plotting and softly-lit sex scenes devoid of any erotic charge.
"Hakeem (Bryshere Gray) throws an epic 21st birthday party and live-streams it all on Empire Xstream," the synopsis for "My Naked Villainy" says.
Diego's Vs for Victory You have to grudgingly admire Diego Costa's commitment to villainy. He should have been all smiles after scoring against Leicester but instead opted for a double dose of flicking the Vs.
Joey Price's EP conceptually comprises all things in relation to fame: celebrity, reputation, notoriety, power, respect, with a "sitting on top of the world" mentality to ego, scandal, disgrace, villainy, pain, envy, heartbreak, jealousy, and hatred.
In Lord's case, this corrupts him into villainy when he forces changes onto a comatose girl to give her powers like Supergirl's, to prove humanity doesn't need an alien savior.
THE creation of Sir Lizard of Oz would be a public service by David Cameron - because knighting Aussie election dingo and UK tax avoider Lynton Crosby would expose the stinking corruption of an honours system tainted by snobbery and villainy.
Throughout will be photographs from performances, art depicting characters, and some very interesting charts; for example, "The Villainy of Richard III" includes who he kills, curses, marries, and fathers.
"The Charlemagne Connection" reveals another episode of murder, mayhem, violence and villainy in the orderly vineyards of Burgundy.
"Why revenge!" Apart from the complex case of Hamlet, every instance of desire for revenge in Shakespeare is an instance of comical or serious villainy. The one who seeks revenge is always in the wrong, from the as yet unregenerate Kate in Taming of the Shrew to the lying Caliban in The Tempest.
How sad for our country that such villainy can come to pass," she added.
It's a shame the creative team behind "The Legend of Sarila" opted for stiff, awkwardly rigged CG characters when they might have chosen a style more in keeping with Native American tradition, just as they felt compelled to impose a one-note evil shaman (colorfully voiced by Christopher Plummer) upon a plot that hardly demands such Saturday-morning-cartoon villainy.