Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Wretchedly; wickedly; villainously.

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Examples

  • Furthermore, to prove thy villainly, hear this; if thou wert really a friend to those Achaeans, thou shouldst have brought the gold, which thou sayst thou art keeping not for thyself but for Agamemnon, and given it to them, for they were in need and had endured a long exile from their native land.

    Hecuba

  • The villain is laaaaaaaaame, Bad teeth, the appearance of spinal bifida, and looking skeazy even when dressed in a Tuxedo are apparently his villainly traits.

    BOND KILLS BOX OFFICE 70 MILLION TIMES

  • MONTHLY REVIEW), had the villainly to write the following paragraph with regard to the Santo

    TRICONTINENTAL CONFERENCE

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