People should either keep straight or have no relatives to bear the brunt of their villainies.
He is the man who said, "Slavery is the sum of all villainies."
It is to efface all villainies of the past life, that the202 bather may come out pure.
Be off, then; back with thee to Paris and all its villainies.
I have for long sat like an exile surrounded by my villainies and smiling alone at the world.
Be off, then—back with thee to Paris and all its villainies.
She believed them to be capable of all villainies whatsoever.
It had touched his villainies, too, with an imagination which made them the more atrocious.
The complete detection of the squire's villainies, and his great disappointment.
The world was full of villainies, more than those that she herself committed!