villanous

Related to villanous: villainous

villanous

(ˈvɪlənəs)
adj
an archaic variant spelling of villainous
ˈvillanously adv
References in classic literature ?
To which Jones answered, "He doubted not but such villanous arts had been made use of to destroy him.
Ring de pell ;" he replied, attempting a grin with his little villanous mouth.
I tell ye what it is, men --cried Stubb to his crew -- It's against my religion to get mad; but I'd like to eat that villanous Yarman --Pull--won't ye?
At such times I could see his villanous face plainly, and, when the sulphur from the matches irritated his lungs, between the raspy cough that followed and the clammy mud in which I was lying, I confess I shivered harder than ever.
Though true cylinders without --within, the villanous green goggling glasses deceitfully tapered downwards to a cheating bottom.
One night three troops of our squadron were ordered to a certain point whither they had patrolled the previous week; but our own particular troop was to stay behind, and in charge of no other than the villanous corporal, both our officer and sergeant having gone into hospital with enteric.
With its twists and turns, menacing moments and Ioan Gruffud's first-class portrayal of the villanous rapist surgeon Andrew Earlham, the ITV drama had us gripped from the outset.
The film it opened with was the historical drama of Ben Hur, starring Ramon Novarro in the principal role and Francis X Bushman as the villanous Messala, and the price of a seat in the front stalls would have set you back 10d.
In the end, an Australian actress, Mia Wasikowska, and British actor Tom Hiddleston, who played the villanous Loki in the "Thor" movies, took the starring roles.
This child is a "scapegoat" upon whom the sins of her drunken father and wild brothers are unleashed until she is transformed from an innocent child desperate for familial love into a hardened, coarse young woman walking with "a heavy reel, / shouting her villanous [sic] song" (32).
Villanous Brummie footman Borachio, a nice turn by Chris Nayak, and Conrade has been arrested after the night watch uncovers the plot to shame Hero.
Villanous Brummie footman Borachio, a nice turn by Chris Nayak, and Conrade have been arrested after the night watch uncovers the plot to shame Hero.