Examples of baddie in a Sentence
the actor has never been cast as a hero, but he's played every kind of baddie imaginable
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In the digital world, attributing attacks isn’t as simple as peeling off a disguise to reveal a baddie.
The film’s intricately choreographed opening sequence is like a video game, with the audience taking the perspective of an unidentified assailant, shooting, stabbing and hacking their way through a warehouse of baddies.
With his Neo-like prescience with six-shooters, forged from the metal of Excalibur, the carnage Roland unleashes on droves of unsuspecting baddies is easily the highlight of an otherwise uninspired vomit of action sequences.
First, Frank chases two baddies before gunning them down andr unning them over with his van in rural Alabama.
The baddie this go-round is Adrian Toomes, aka the Vulture, played by the aforementioned Keaton.
Crash figures out who the true baddies are with a bit of help from Daisy’s assistant Nell Burns.
Things get complicated when Peter learns of his unexpected connection to the winged baddie.
Most dastardly foe Garfield's Amazing sequel is heavy on baddies.
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Synonymsvillain (or baddy), beast, brute, caitiff, devil, evildoer, fiend, heavy, hound, knave, meanie (also meany), miscreant, monster, nazi, no-good, rapscallion, rascal, reprobate, rogue, savage, scalawag (or scallywag), scamp, scapegrace, scoundrel, varlet, wretch
Related Wordsvillainess; blackguard; criminal, crook, culprit, felon, lawbreaker, malefactor, offender, perp, perpetrator, transgressor; sinner, trespasser, wrongdoer; cad, heel, serpent, snake, viper; bandit, bravo, desperado, outlaw; con, convict, jailbird; assassin, cutthroat, gangster, goon, gunman, hoodlum, hooligan, racketeer, ruffian, thug; rough, rowdy, tough; loser, lowlife, ne'er-do-well, stinker, trash
Near Antonymsangel, innocent, saint; hero
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