Bad guys synonym

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Synonyms for Bad guy:

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787 synonyms found

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[ bˈad ɡˈa͡ɪ], [ bˈad ɡˈa‍ɪ], [ b_ˈa_d ɡ_ˈaɪ]
  • n.

    bad person (noun)
    • rapscallion,
    • pig,
    • jezebel,
    • heel,
    • criminal,
    • traitor,
    • pervert,
    • miscreant,
    • backslider,
    • knave,
    • reprobate,
    • scoundrel,
    • slattern,
    • shyster,
    • rogue,
    • slob,
    • villain,
    • scamp,
    • malingerer,
    • degenerate,
    • blackguard,
    • hog,
    • swine,
    • rascal,
    • lecher.
    evildoer (noun)
    • desperado,
    • cutthroat,
    • ogre,
    • brute,
    • monster,
    • terrorist,
    • law breaker,
    • gunman,
    • vampire,
    • vandal,
    • fiend,
    • snake,
    • thief,
    • tyrant,
    • vulture,
    • crook,
    • thug,
    • tough,
    • hoodlum,
    • evildoer,
    • demon,
    • viper,
    • wrongdoer,
    • bully,
    • hooligan,
    • ruffian.
    person (noun)villain (noun)
  • Other synonyms:

    • dramatis personae,
    • cameo,
    • heroine,
    • baddy,
    • title role,
    • antihero,
    • personage,
    • bit part,
    • goody,
    • eponymous,
    • supporting,
    • ingenue,
    • starring role.
    Other relevant words:
    • depraved,
    • crab,
    • canary,
    • raven,
    • duplicate,
    • prick,
    • neat,
    • confluent,
    • vicious,
    • frustrate,
    • fanatic,
    • goat,
    • devour,
    • redundant,
    • deprave,
    • illicit,
    • daimon,
    • dickens,
    • swaggering,
    • separate,
    • monkey,
    • snake river,
    • overweight,
    • charitable,
    • heron,
    • jack,
    • bilk,
    • enceinte,
    • daemon,
    • refrain,
    • leash,
    • cad,
    • misdirect,
    • divide,
    • jumper lead,
    • heller,
    • chair,
    • butt,
    • criminalize,
    • debauched,
    • load-bearing,
    • cuckold,
    • brutal,
    • giant,
    • likeable,
    • debauch,
    • supporter,
    • paladin,
    • ramble,
    • stray,
    • backbite,
    • irritate,
    • credit entry,
    • fleshy,
    • corking,
    • libertine,
    • profane,
    • deadly,
    • abstract,
    • saunterer,
    • booster cable,
    • lowering,
    • boss around,
    • hydra,
    • treat,
    • strong-arm,
    • function,
    • grunter,
    • cop,
    • extend,
    • floozie,
    • nonspeaking,
    • grave,
    • gripe,
    • fuzz,
    • mother fucker,
    • track,
    • tricker,
    • with child,
    • rowdy,
    • push around,
    • likable,
    • kickshaw,
    • snarf,
    • inmate,
    • baffle,
    • eater,
    • bowelless,
    • carriage,
    • betray,
    • gravid,
    • credit rating,
    • turn,
    • monstrosity,
    • cite,
    • mongrel,
    • partially,
    • adulteress,
    • slip,
    • auger,
    • get to,
    • fibre,
    • ruffianly,
    • pinch,
    • confidential information,
    • adversary,
    • dense,
    • friend,
    • influential person,
    • stoolpigeon,
    • shooter,
    • filch,
    • precede,
    • acknowledgment,
    • desperate criminal,
    • fiber,
    • expectant,
    • spark advance,
    • depart,
    • demoralize,
    • laboured,
    • assumed name,
    • rove,
    • criminalise,
    • fierce,
    • break up,
    • additional,
    • chouse,
    • choir,
    • hellion,
    • puke,
    • vex,
    • scum bag,
    • behemoth,
    • chiseller,
    • transparency,
    • hike,
    • name part,
    • son of a bitch,
    • gouger,
    • benevolent,
    • prince of darkness,
    • fornicatress,
    • procure,
    • stool pigeon,
    • encouraging,
    • lamia,
    • guide,
    • nifty,
    • clapperclaw,
    • large,
    • get at,
    • heavily,
    • false name,
    • graphic symbol,
    • toughened,
    • twist around,
    • not bad,
    • result,
    • guttle,
    • poke fun,
    • set off,
    • gruelling,
    • disunite,
    • adolescent,
    • cocksucker,
    • lineament,
    • yardbird,
    • punk,
    • constituent,
    • unlawful,
    • squawk,
    • leave,
    • procurer,
    • use,
    • goliath,
    • poor boy,
    • intemperate,
    • problematic,
    • nark,
    • scallywag,
    • freak,
    • street girl,
    • storyteller,
    • doer,
    • bullyrag,
    • role player,
    • bother,
    • nobble,
    • important person,
    • sub,
    • principal,
    • rotter,
    • grapheme,
    • perpetrator,
    • bestial,
    • break,
    • so-and-so,
    • stunt pilot,
    • supernumerary,
    • snitcher,
    • baby carriage,
    • skunk,
    • sophisticate,
    • big,
    • imp,
    • participant,
    • motherfucker,
    • old nick,
    • leading,
    • torpedo,
    • decry,
    • dirty dog,
    • component part,
    • slovenly person,
    • percentage,
    • recidivist,
    • jade,
    • beelzebub,
    • smashing,
    • pencil lead,
    • jest at,
    • stalker,
    • deferred payment,
    • tramper,
    • roast,
    • stunt flier,
    • take off,
    • sullen,
    • trail,
    • weighty,
    • hint,
    • knotty,
    • laugh at,
    • agonist,
    • fictional character,
    • laughingstock,
    • pb,
    • bellyache,
    • theatrical role,
    • bum,
    • hustler,
    • grueling,
    • head,
    • cheater,
    • furtive,
    • section,
    • colossus,
    • grinder,
    • chafe,
    • pig it,
    • openhearted,
    • hydrofoil,
    • ridicule,
    • cap,
    • pushchair,
    • problematical,
    • partly,
    • cast,
    • trudge,
    • cheating,
    • quality,
    • strong-armer,
    • roam,
    • shepherd's crook,
    • sloven,
    • pilfer,
    • sound,
    • reference,
    • office,
    • pusher,
    • yobo,
    • appealing,
    • fast,
    • cowling,
    • dumb show,
    • misuse,
    • tare,
    • abuse,
    • demoralise,
    • trouble maker,
    • bearded darnel,
    • skulker,
    • stinker,
    • perverse,
    • overdue,
    • hogg,
    • punishing,
    • drift,
    • instrumentalist,
    • hussy,
    • case-by-case,
    • good-hearted,
    • slovenly woman,
    • rip off,
    • run,
    • cowl,
    • bogus,
    • phoney,
    • objurgate,
    • case,
    • pig bed,
    • betrayer,
    • vitiate,
    • shammer,
    • baffling,
    • twist,
    • wildcat,
    • grievous,
    • guy,
    • sneaker,
    • ponderous,
    • stealthy,
    • accredit,
    • laborious,
    • division,
    • direct,
    • asshole,
    • mention,
    • savage,
    • reversionist,
    • rile,
    • swan,
    • soulfulness,
    • list,
    • cross,
    • panderer,
    • convolute,
    • cast of characters,
    • labored,
    • stoolie,
    • purloin,
    • rugged,
    • dissipated,
    • reprehensible,
    • kick,
    • hired gun,
    • lead story,
    • enhancer,
    • chicane,
    • wind,
    • birdfeeder,
    • rig,
    • bird feeder,
    • excoriate,
    • submarine,
    • fake,
    • zep,
    • arduous,
    • special,
    • phony,
    • type,
    • pander,
    • also known as,
    • star,
    • beast,
    • hogget,
    • grifter,
    • remiss,
    • bounder,
    • rat,
    • stinkpot,
    • weighed down,
    • affluent,
    • snitch,
    • love child,
    • toughie,
    • teras,
    • moderate,
    • backbreaking,
    • old,
    • illegitimate,
    • take,
    • whitlow,
    • pettifogger,
    • recognition,
    • jejune,
    • sonorous,
    • steer,
    • region,
    • supererogatory,
    • conduct,
    • self-feeder,
    • mimicker,
    • shit,
    • graph,
    • in part,
    • lead-in,
    • cut-up,
    • queer,
    • perverted,
    • pad,
    • cunt,
    • wakeless,
    • screw,
    • conduce,
    • flunkey,
    • jumper cable,
    • character reference,
    • range,
    • keen,
    • lift,
    • condemnable,
    • contribute,
    • go,
    • beastly,
    • yes-man,
    • pandar,
    • peachy,
    • musician,
    • juvenile delinquent,
    • spoil,
    • eponymic,
    • annoy,
    • contribution,
    • leaden,
    • parting,
    • portion,
    • riotous,
    • atomic number 82,
    • troubler,
    • street fighter,
    • second banana,
    • beef,
    • hit man,
    • tributary,
    • voice,
    • yobbo,
    • thwart,
    • swinger,
    • strumpet,
    • practical joker,
    • 2-dimensional,
    • slicker,
    • flat,
    • spear carrier,
    • flunky,
    • planar,
    • scammer,
    • course credit,
    • corrupt,
    • piece,
    • bad,
    • dickhead,
    • minor role,
    • citation,
    • toilsome,
    • support,
    • beguiler,
    • chorus line,
    • component,
    • stealer,
    • condemn,
    • superfluous,
    • sinner,
    • shaft,
    • ambler,
    • private,
    • sob,
    • chisel,
    • eccentric,
    • hitman,
    • share,
    • psyche,
    • varlet,
    • subvert,
    • illegitimate child,
    • dainty,
    • tip,
    • hoaxer,
    • wander,
    • copper,
    • clayey,
    • lawless,
    • slap-up,
    • hoagy,
    • opposer,
    • teller,
    • fink,
    • hector,
    • by-blow,
    • bonnet,
    • derelict,
    • fancy man,
    • the tempter,
    • debase,
    • swell,
    • chess,
    • roll,
    • cloggy,
    • outlawed,
    • cabbage,
    • streetwalker,
    • worker,
    • deviant,
    • kindly,
    • crumb,
    • excess,
    • item-by-item,
    • hobo,
    • darnel,
    • spare,
    • tether,
    • top,
    • satyr,
    • ophidian,
    • holler,
    • swindle,
    • single,
    • goon,
    • gun for hire,
    • devolve,
    • groovy,
    • pram,
    • pussyfoot,
    • profligate,
    • great,
    • trollop,
    • cracking,
    • chiseler,
    • gunslinger,
    • pass,
    • surplus,
    • triggerman,
    • swagger,
    • deuce,
    • surreptitious,
    • deteriorate,
    • hook,
    • quotation,
    • brutish,
    • grouse,
    • gravel,
    • submarine sandwich,
    • hard,
    • yard bird,
    • browbeat,
    • deathly,
    • lucifer,
    • sturdy,
    • booster,
    • farrow,
    • nettle,
    • treasonist,
    • ponce,
    • profound,
    • persona,
    • play-actor,
    • threatening,
    • bang-up,
    • plod,
    • ballyrag,
    • harmonic,
    • go-cart,
    • make fun,
    • hiker,
    • loose woman,
    • scotch,
    • double-dealer,
    • dissolute,
    • violator,
    • rag,
    • degraded,
    • baby buggy,
    • gun,
    • prowler,
    • reheel,
    • serpent,
    • purpose,
    • footslog,
    • start,
    • fighter,
    • floozy,
    • deplorable,
    • yob,
    • autocrat,
    • two-timer,
    • hound,
    • split,
    • vagabond,
    • creep,
    • set out,
    • perambulator,
    • rib,
    • curve,
    • drop,
    • puerile,
    • prankster,
    • idol,
    • creature,
    • predator,
    • swipe,
    • pantomimer,
    • mouse,
    • piranha,
    • squealer,
    • con,
    • fauna,
    • champion,
    • law offender,
    • impenetrable,
    • set forth,
    • split up,
    • fictitious character,
    • animate being,
    • lens hood,
    • felonious,
    • plumber's snake,
    • deviate,
    • bend,
    • bull,
    • shout,
    • opponent,
    • resister,
    • jockey,
    • slog,
    • tramp steamer,
    • sneaky,
    • whoreson,
    • marauder,
    • dandy,
    • neglectful,
    • animal,
    • deceiver,
    • double-crosser,
    • juvenile person,
    • elusive,
    • hoagie,
    • delicacy,
    • a.k.a.,
    • troublemaker,
    • start out,
    • lumbering,
    • despot,
    • wedge,
    • illegalize,
    • bomber,
    • exhaust hood,
    • admirer,
    • illegalise,
    • snake in the grass,
    • dog,
    • hero sandwich,
    • cheat on,
    • wolf.
    Other relevant words (noun):
    • foil,
    • lawbreaker,
    • trouper,
    • felon,
    • roughneck,
    • Histrio,
    • barnstormer,
    • hood,
    • antagonist,
    • thespian,
    • feeder,
    • baddie,
    • juvenile,
    • reciter,
    • outlaw,
    • playactor,
    • child actor,
    • offender,
    • heavy,
    • character man,
    • character actor,
    • stage player,
    • stooge,
    • monologist,
    • utility man,
    • mimic,
    • malefactor,
    • matinee idol,
    • player,
    • mobster,
    • pantomimist,
    • action film foil,
    • theatrical,
    • Histrion,
    • racketeer,
    • gangster,
    • mimer,
    • convict,
    • bad hat,
    • character woman,
    • stroller,
    • soubrette,
    • culprit,
    • pantomime,
    • straight man,
    • black hat,
    • mime,
    • actress,
    • mafioso,
    • mummer,
    • actor.
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villain

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noun

a cruelly malicious person who is involved in or devoted to wickedness or crime; scoundrel.

a character in a play, novel, or the like, who constitutes an important evil agency in the plot.

a person or thing considered to be the cause of something bad: Fear is the villain that can sabotage our goals.

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Origin of villain

First recorded in 1275–1325; Middle English vilein, vilain “churlish rustic, serf,” from Middle French, from Vulgar Latin and Medieval Latin villānus “a farm servant, farmhand”; see origin at villa, -an

OTHER WORDS FROM villain

sub·vil·lain,nounun·der·vil·lain,noun

Words nearby villain

villager, villagery, villagization, Villahermosa, villa home, villain, villainage, villainess, villainize, villainous, villainy

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Words related to villain

devil, criminal, scoundrel, antihero, sinner, malefactor, reprobate, brute, offender, evildoer, miscreant, rascal, libertine, mischief-maker, caitiff, creep, blackguard, wretch, heel, profligate

How to use villain in a sentence

  • To begin with, there’s Ursula, a flamboyantly campy villain who lives to be over the top.

    Toward a queer Disney canon|Emily VanDerWerff|September 4, 2020|Vox

  • He has avoided labeling any actual villains he would blame for San Diego’s problems.

    Politics Report: Bry vs. Transit|Andrew Keatts and Scott Lewis|August 29, 2020|Voice of San Diego

  • Instead, Halliburton claims, health administrators treated him like a villain for calling.

    Confirmed Nursing Home Complaints Plummet During Pandemic|Jared Whitlock|August 25, 2020|Voice of San Diego

  • For years, publishers have singled out the duopoly — Google and Facebook — as the industry’s mega villain characters, hoovering up the majority of the digital advertising pie and leaving behind just the crumbs for everyone else to play with.

    Publishers could soon have more leverage to force Apple to relax its ‘my way or the highway’ approach|Lara O'Reilly|August 25, 2020|Digiday

  • China’s accelerating AI innovation deserves the world’s full attention, but it is unhelpful to reduce all the many developments into a simplistic narrative about China as a threat or a villain.

    China and AI: What the World Can Learn and What It Should Be Wary of|Hessy Elliott|July 3, 2020|Singularity Hub 

  • I could complain about how, two out of eight episodes in, Agent Carter is in no hurry to introduce its real villain.

    Marvel’s ‘Agent Carter’ Stomps on the Patriarchy|Melissa Leon|January 7, 2015|DAILY BEAST

  • When I play a villain, I always try to make sure they believe what they are doing is right.

    After The Fall: Introducing The Anti-Villain|Rich Goldstein|December 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST

  • I say a lot that in the story of racism in America nobody wants to be the villain.

    The Unbearable Whiteness of Protesting|Rawiya Kameir, Judnick Mayard|December 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST

  • Bill Cosby, it seems, can only be seen in two registers: sainted family man of a much-loved sitcom, or fallen, tarnished villain.

    Newsflash: Bill Cosby Is Not Cliff Huxtable|Tim Teeman|November 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST

  • And if there was a villain on whom to pin this whole struggle—it would be our inner demons.

    The Walking Dead’s Luke Skywalker: Rick Grimes Is the Perfect Modern-Day Mythical Hero|Regina Lizik|October 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST

  • "So that is Jim Poindexter, the bloody villain," muttered the boy between his set teeth, and nervously fingering his revolver.

    The Courier of the Ozarks|Byron A. Dunn

  • The villain Longcluse, and the whole fabric of his machinations, may be dashed in pieces by a word.

    Checkmate|Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu

  • "You infernal villain, if you don't surrender, I'll blow your brains out," hissed his lordship.

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  • That black-hearted villain, Hidayut Khan, wanted more than his share of plunder on many occasions, and was refused it.

    Confessions of a Thug|Philip Meadows Taylor

  • But Sir G. Downing would not be answered so: though all the world takes notice of him for a most ungrateful villain for his pains.

    Diary of Samuel Pepys, Complete|Samuel Pepys

British Dictionary definitions for villain


noun

a wicked or malevolent person

(in a novel, play, film, etc) the main evil character and antagonist to the hero

oftenjoculara mischievous person; rogue

Britishpolice slanga criminal

history a variant spelling of villein

obsoletean uncouth person; boor

Derived forms of villain

villainess, fem n

Word Origin for villain

C14: from Old French vilein serf, from Late Latin vīllānus worker on a country estate, from Latin: villa

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Oxford English and Spanish Dictionary, Synonyms, and Spanish to English Translator

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noun

1‘an evil villain bent on destroying and dominating the world’

criminal, lawbreaker, outlaw, offender, felon, convict, jailbird, malefactor, wrongdoer, black hat, supervillain
gangster, gunman, bandit, brigand, desperado, thief, robber, mugger, swindler, fraudster, racketeer, terrorist, pirate
rogue, scoundrel, wretch, heel, reprobate, charlatan, evil-doer, ruffian, hoodlum, hooligan, thug, delinquent, ne'er-do-well, good-for-nothing
informal crook, con, baddie, shark, rat, snake, snake in the grass, dog, hound, louse, swine, scumbag, wrong 'un
British informal, dated rotter, bounder, bad egg, stinker
Lawmalfeasant, misfeasor, infractor
archaic miscreant, blackguard

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How to use villain in a sentence

To begin with, there’s Ursula, a flamboyantly campy villain who lives to be over the top.

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"So that is Jim Poindexter, the bloody villain," muttered the boy between his set teeth, and nervously fingering his revolver.

THE COURIER OF THE OZARKSBYRON A. DUNN

The villain Longcluse, and the whole fabric of his machinations, may be dashed in pieces by a word.

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That black-hearted villain, Hidayut Khan, wanted more than his share of plunder on many occasions, and was refused it.

CONFESSIONS OF A THUGPHILIP MEADOWS TAYLOR

But Sir G. Downing would not be answered so: though all the world takes notice of him for a most ungrateful villain for his pains.

DIARY OF SAMUEL PEPYS, COMPLETESAMUEL PEPYS

WORDS RELATED TO VILLAIN

actor

nounperson who performs, entertains by role-playing

actors

nounperson who performs, entertains by role-playing

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Synonym bad guys

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", Masha begged tearfully, you saw, I pooped!" "This is not enough, Mashenka!" Dasha, stirring the water with castor oil with a spoon, you haven't pooped for 2 days, but squeezed. Out only such a small poop, the length of my finger. Apparently, you have a perky constipation, so you have to flush your intestines with an enema. She took an enema can from the top shelf, squeezed it and plunged it into a mug with her nose.

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In her stomach, and hung it up in its original place. - Let's do it on all fours, I said, while most of all will enter you. I did not have time to finish the phrase, as Sveta climbed onto the sofa and got on all fours, arching her back. Now my friend's ass has opened up in the best possible way. I introduced the tip and noticed that the girl was moving slightly towards me.



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