Saint and Villain


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Saint noun – A person who has died and has been declared a saint by canonization.
Villain is an antonym for saint.
Nearby Words: saintly, sainted, sainthood


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

Saint is an antonym for villain.
Nearby Words: villainous, villainy
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  • Literature / The Saint Arch-Enemy: Rayt Marius for a couple of books and a short story; he has the distinction of being the only villain to kill one of the Saint's gang.
  • Wicked Stepmother The stepmother isn't exactly a saint, being complicit in the crime being committed in the story but the heroine's father is the true villain.
  • Impaled with Extreme Prejudice The ultimate villain of Saint Seiya, Hades, dies when Athena hurls her Staff of Nike through him.
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