Definition of ville
1. vile [ a ] morally reprehensible
Examples: "would do something as despicable as murder" "ugly crimes" "the vile development of slavery appalled them"
(Robert Penn Warren, Wilderness....)
Once covertly looking at Simms_Purdew , the only man in the world whom he hated , he had seen the heavy , slack , bestubbled jaw open and close to emit the cruel , obscene banter , and had seen the pale blue eyes go watery with whisky and merriment , and suddenly he was not seeing the face of that vile creature .Synonyms vile ugly unworthy despicable Related Terms evil
2. vile [ a ] (informal) thoroughly unpleasant
Examples: "filthy (or foul or nasty or vile) weather we're having"
(Howard Fast, April Morning....)
I had squeezed the trigger of my own gun , and to my amazement , it had fired and kicked_back into my shoulder with the force of an angry mule ; and then I was adding my own voice to the crescendo of sound , hurling more vile language than I ever thought I knew , sobbing and shouting , and aware that if I had passed_water before , it was not enough , for my pants were soaking wet .Synonyms vile foul nasty filthy Related Terms colloquialism inclement
3. vile [ a ] causing or able to cause nausea
Examples: "a nauseating smell" "nauseous offal" "a sickening stench"
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