When the Count of Poictou repudiated (as he most villainously did) my sister, he himself gave her to Gurdun.
He was the "big man," a wizard—ugly, old, and villainously dirty.
It required too much money to advertise, and the papers slashed me villainously besides.
He gazed at her villainously, out of sideward, blood-shot eyes.
Thereupon two of the men tied my hands in front of me, bound my legs securely, and thrust a villainously dirty gag in my mouth.
At the beginning of the volume, which is a small octavo, was a portrait of the poet, most villainously executed.
That child is a poet, spite of the forehead, villainously low, which his mother smuggled into his face.
I think it was villainously low down of him, and at that moment I would have preferred Mr. Rumple to be sitting next me.
It's a wretched stump of a pencil, villainously cut to an abominably bad point.
She was a villainously ugly animal of faded, sunburnt sorrel color.