Innocent and Villain

Innocent

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Innocent noun – An innocent or gentle person.
Usage example: an innocent who is often puzzled by and prey to the evils of the world

Villain is an antonym for innocent.
Nearby Words: innocuous, innocence, innocently
Antonyms for Innocent

Villain

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Villain noun – A mean, evil, or unprincipled person.
Usage example: only a heartless villain would kidnap a baby for ransom

Innocent is an antonym for villain.
Nearby Words: villainous, villainy
Antonyms for Villain
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How words are described

old old innocent old villain
good good innocent good villain
female female innocent female villain
particular particular innocent particular villain
Other adjectives: typical, complete, true, single, real, last, younger.

Both words in one sentence

  • Villain over for Dinner Expect the hero, villain and Innocent Bystander to have a tense (and potentially hilarious) veiled conversation.
  • Tautological Templar Heavily implied in Goblins with Kore, who murders innocent and villain alike if he perceives them as a force for evil in the world.
  • Evil Brunette Twin Most adaptations of The Little Mermaid make use of this trope, with the temple princess being a dark-haired version of the titular mermaid, though whether the princess is a villain or an innocent player varies by adaption.
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Antonyms for innocent
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