Examples of villainy in a Sentence
a story of villainy and betrayal
the gruesome villainies of war
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In the film, Mr. Forman drew remarkable performances from the two central characters, played by two relatively unknown actors, Tom Hulce as Mozart and F. Murray Abraham as Salieri, whose villainy grows more tortured and complex throughout.
Hutt gangsters, bounty hunters, wretched hives of scum and/or villainy, and so on.
While it's not celebrated as much as some other animated Disney films, Wreck-It Ralph is a classic—a comedy that wrings empathy and humor out of both video games and villainy, moving and funny and not nearly as problematic as Zootopia.
Digital villainy can be launched from faraway states, or countries, eliminating physical threats the police traditionally confront.
Drama became melodrama as the winds blared out villainy and the puppets fought.
Said program has never been re-aired or officially released in any home video format, though it has been known to pop up in certain wretched hives of scum and villainy online.
Shaw's depiction of the mysterious Man in the Yellow Suit is played with a fitting degree of scenery-chewing villainy, while remaining comically appealing.
Damon spends the movie looking appropriately flummoxed as his ruinous plans go awry; little Jupe is convincingly precocious; Moore, with her alabaster skin and lacquered ’50s do, seems shellacked by villainy.
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Definition of villainy for English Language Learners
: evil behavior or actions
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