Examples of villainous in a Sentence
villainous behavior that made him one of the most notorious figures in history and gave rise to the legend of Dracula
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Maybe not villainous, but certainly there's a darkness to them.
The 1996 hybrid live-action-animated film, in which the villainous Monstars swipe his skills, and those of Michael Jordan and others, is the highest-grossing basketball movie of all time.
As a result he’s seen as somewhat villainous, Darth Vadar-esque, but this is all Cold War nonsense.
Previously, Hatcher and Cain had roles on The CW’s Smallville and Supergirl — the latter where Hatcher had the chance to tap into her villainous side as Queen Rhea of Daxam.
LeBron James is Mufasa, Rihanna is Simba and Kevin Durant is the villainous Scar:
Dressed as Virgil, the personal assistant for the villainous Ted DiBiase during the wrestler's days in the World Wrestling Federation, Jones was ringside with a few friends for the WWE Extreme Rules event Sunday at Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore.
When a new science teacher, rendered in the boys’ imagination as Professor Poopypants (Nick Kroll), announces his villainous intentions to eliminate all laughter, the boys and Captain Underpants must stop him.
When a new science teacher, rendered in the boys' imagination as Professor Poopypants (Nick Kroll), announces his villainous intentions to eliminate all laughter, the boys and Captain Underpants must stop him.
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VILLAINOUS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of villainous for English Language Learners
: very bad or evil
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