Villainous

Vil"lain*ous

(?), a. [Written also villanous.]
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1. Base; vile; mean; depraved; as, a villainous person or wretch.
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2. Proceeding from, or showing, extreme depravity; suited to a villain; as, a villainous action.
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3. Sorry; mean; mischievous; -- in a familiar sense. "A villainous trick of thine eye." Shak.
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Villainous judgment (O. E. Law), a judgment that casts reproach on the guilty person.
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--- Vil"lain*ous*ly, adv. Vil"lain*ous*ness, n.
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