Translation for 'villainy' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   villainy | villainies
SYNO villainousness | villainy
villainy {noun}низост {ж}
villainy {noun}злодеяние {ср}
villainy {noun}злодейство {ср}
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Usage Examples English
  • It is described by John Rowe Townsend as "a tale of double-dyed villainy, with right triumphant in the end".
  • ... February 16, 1975) who was acclaimed for his great abilities as a singing-actor, and specialized in roles that evoked villainy and terror.
  • Each independent section of the book examines notions of heroism and villainy by connecting characters from books such as "Invitation to a Beheading" or "The Great Gatsby" to others.
  • The story has a surprise twist at the end, worthy of the most twisted of the plotters whose villainy drives the plot until the final scenes of the novel.
  • 3, Brother Blood returned to villainy. Shortly after recreating his cult, he was killed by a young boy, Sebastian, claiming to be the new Brother Blood.

  • In the 1850 Bull of Canonization of Peter Claver, one of the most illustrious adversaries of slavery, Pope Pius IX branded the "supreme villainy" (...) of the slave traders.
  • Some time later, Sidewinder was seen in an interview after his retirement from villainy.
  • Chella Kannu, a young sweeper becomes a popular movie star known as Kamala Devi. Her lover and fellow sweeper Manickam is the ladder of her success, but the villainy of her brother separates them.
  • Strengthening the villainy is Samantha (Claudia Raia), a psychic charlatan.
  • The Absorbing Man first appears in "Journey into Mystery" #114 (Mar. 1965) and was created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. Absorbing Man later reverts to villainy when the inversion is undone.

  • Her fame drove her former friend Tara to eventual villainy and joined the S.I.C.K.
  • Brennan returned to villainy as Old Man Clanton in "My Darling Clementine" (1946), opposite Henry Fonda for director John Ford.
  • The Three Musketeers' offsprings of Aramis, Porthos, D'Artagnan and Claire, the daughter of Athos, are reunited by the ageing Queen Anne to halt the villainy of her treacherous nephew, the Duc de Lavalle.
  • Being a supervillain runs in the blood - it's the family trade, after all. But what happens when you're not very good at it? A short comedy film about, well, villainy.
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