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villainous-looking

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  • The forehead slanted quickly back to the hair, which, clipped close, showed every bump of a villainous-looking head.

    A PIECE OF STEAK

  • The Disney cartoon Aladdin opens with a villainous-looking character riding a camel through the desert.

    Political Mother and Babel (words)

  • And with luck, the disappearance of one would be put down to random thievery; there were plenty of villainous-looking scoundrels hanging about the fairground and the games.

    Sick Cycle Carousel

  • “I told you he would be all right,” grumbled Ben, scratching himself as he sat on his own bed, a wooden platform covered with a villainous-looking sack of straw as mattress.

    Wicked Will

  • Hollander strikes me as too obviously villainous-looking for Littlefinger.

    Who let the dogs out?

  • We had to traverse thirty miles of this Campagna; and for two-and-twenty we went on and on, seeing nothing but now and then a lonely house, or a villainous-looking shepherd: with matted hair all over his face, and himself wrapped to the chin in a frowsy brown mantle, tending his sheep.

    Pictures from Italy

  • On the middle of the down stood a wayside inn; a desolate and villainous-looking lump of lichen-spotted granite, with windows paper-patched, and rotting thatch kept down by stones and straw-banks; and at the back a rambling court-ledge of barns and walls, around which pigs and barefoot children grunted in loving communion of dirt.

    Westward Ho!

  • In 1877, Thomson and Smith, writing about Street Life in London described the ... little villainous-looking and dirty shops in which an enormous business is transacted in the sale of milk for the manufacture of halfpenny ices.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • The Monitor's hair is less uneven, there are some metallic paint highlights on some of the figures, the Psycho-Pirate's face is more angry and villainous-looking, there appears to be a touch more color in Supergirl's hair.

    Archive 2006-07-09

  • Pungent cheeses, figs, oranges, lemons … and back to the whiff of fish as a villainous-looking individual fried some specimens in a large oval pan.

    The Falcons of Montabard

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