Fink and Villain

Fink

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Fink noun – A person whose behavior is offensive to others.
Usage example: that fink would sell out every one of us to save her own behind

Villain and fink are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Villain" instead a noun "Fink".
Nearby Word: finking
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Villain

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Villain noun – A mean, evil, or unprincipled person.
Fink and villain are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Fink" instead a noun "Villain".
Nearby Words: villainous, villainy
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  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing By the end of the book she's unequivocally a villain and major threat to be dealt with (or as Kitty puts it later, a "double-crossing fink"); as of book ten she's turned out to be a recruiting agent for and possibly The Dragon to the ultimate Big Bad of the setting, Dux Bellorum.
  • When Booker is about to enter the Good Time Club the villain Fink tells him over the PA system that "The best kind of interview is one where the applicant doesn't know he's being evaluated." When Booker enters the audience area he attacked by a series of opponents.
    Source: Secret Test
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