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The fact that no thorough scoundrel ever yet confined himself to one or two pieces of villainy.
THE GARRET AND THE GARDENR.M. BALLANTYNE
If underneath his villainy there are concealed the instincts of a gentleman, let him have the chance of dying like one.
THE LIGHT THAT LURESPERCY BREBNER
And we, the descendants of the conquerors; we knights tolerate such villainy!
THE PILGRIM'S SHELL OR FERGAN THE QUARRYMANEUGNE SUE
He has been described erroneously as a master of complicated villainy.
AMERICAN SKETCHESCHARLES WHIBLEY
That a due rigour and restraint be laid upon the second, that villainy and knavery might not be encouraged by a law.
AN ESSAY UPON PROJECTSDANIEL DEFOE
Some dark villainy underlay this, and that the witch doctor was connected with it was borne in upon my mind without a doubt.
A FRONTIER MYSTERYBERTRAM MITFORD
So cleverly had Vardes schemed, it seemed impossible that Madame, still unaware of his villainy, could escape destruction.
COURT BEAUTIES OF OLD WHITEHALLW. R. H. TROWBRIDGE
Then the others cast reproaches at him for his villainy; they beat him almost helpless and left him lying there.
GRETTIR THE STRONGUNKNOWN
The crowning villainy of this shameful policy was the turning of the redskins loose to prey upon helpless women and children.
THE OLD NORTHWESTFREDERIC AUSTIN OGG
They were not sufficiently good liars, and lacked the higher flights of villainy necessary to sustain the encounter.
THE CRIME AGAINST EUROPEROGER CASEMENT
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