this sense?) (The addition of quotations indicative of this usage is being sought): A vile, wicked person. (noun)
The bad person in a work of fiction; often the main antagonist of the hero. (noun)
Archaic form of villein. (noun)
To debase; to degrade. (verb)
Examples of word villain
Their main villain is a criminal who was teleported with them and thus has the same powers as them.
Jensen Ackles brings a suitable cocky menace to the title villain, but he too sounds a bit like a Will Friedle, who played a protege of the elder Bruce Wayne in the futuristic Batman Beyond.
The main villain is the trickster Coyote in Southwestern Native American (and Norse) myths, and other supernatural characters come from Native American legends.
By the end, it seems to be revealed that their main villain is this weird-looking nekomimi guy with a not-so-good fashion sense.
These circumstances combined to attach to the term villain ideas of crime and guilt, in so forcible a manner that the application of the epithet even to those to whom it legally belonged became an affront, and was abstained from whenever no affront was intended.