Part of speech:
(Archaic) A coward.
The definition of a scoundrel is a villain or a dishonest, wicked or mischievous person.
(Archaic) A serving boy or male servant
An unscrupulous, dishonest person; a scoundrel.
Not guided or restrained by conscience; unscrupulous
Characterized by lack of moral principles; unscrupulous
Not scrupulous; not restrained by ideas of right and wrong; unprincipled
Of, like, or characteristic of a villain; evil; wicked
(Historical) The lowest servants of a large household, in charge of pots and pans
A boor is someone with bad manners.
The definition of a charlatan is a fraud or a person who pretends to have some skill or be something he isn't.
A usually unplanned and gradual shift or increase in uses or objectives away from what was originally specified or limited. Often used in combination:
A person guilty of, or legally convicted of, a crime
A sneaking, malicious coward.
A delinquent is defined as a person, especially someone young, who has done something society considers wrong or criminal.
An evil supernatural being; a devil.
(Printing) A printer's devil.
(Slang) One that is very important or influential:
A vulgar, coarse, or undignified person
The definition of a reprobate is person without morals or one who is condemned to hell.
(Informal) A scamp; rascal
A mischievous youngster.
The definition of a traitor is someone who betrays a country, cause or a friend.
One who does wrong, especially morally or ethically.
A person noted for feats of courage or nobility of purpose, especially one who has risked or sacrificed his or her life:
The principal female character in a novel, poem, or dramatic presentation.
One of a class of feudal serfs who held the legal status of freemen in their dealings with all people except their lord.
Find another word for villain. In this page you can discover 42 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for villain, like: recreant, scoundrel, knave, brute, rascal, miscreant, rapscallion, unconscionable, unprincipled, unscrupulous and villainous.