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  1. Examples of villainy in a Sentence a story of villainy and betrayal the gruesome villainies of war Recent Examples on the Web Lee could focus on scenes of villainy, raiding, killing and a memorable scene .
  2. noun, plural vil·lain·ies. the actions or conduct of a villain; outrageous wickedness. a villainous act or deed.
  3. villainy noun wickedness, crime, vice, sin, atrocity, delinquency, criminality, depravity, iniquity, turpitude, baseness, devilry, knavery, rascality They justify their villainy in the name of their high ideals. Collins Thesaurus of the English Language – Complete and Unabridged 2nd Edition. © HarperCollins Publishers ,
  4. Few novelists have been more convinced of the link between gambling and villainy. He doesn't quite project the necessary icy, flamboyant villainy for the role. Many holidaymakers have found themselves in trouble, victims of naivety, stupidity, and plain villainy.
  5. They are presented as good and evil, as vice and virtue, as villainy and heroism. An A1 piece of villainy was on, and they were conversing in low tones. Think of the cheek and villainy of that, and then speak to me of talking wildly!' Did man ever hear of such a villainy—to fire a good ship in her misfortune?
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  7. villainy definition: 1. the fact or state of being villainous 2. villainous conduct 3. pl. -·lain·ies a villainous act; wicked, detestable, or criminal deedOrigin of villainyMiddle English vileinie from Anglo-French and Old French vilainie.
  8. Definition of villainy noun in Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation, picture, example sentences, grammar, usage notes, synonyms and more.

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