It's here in France that one sees what a vileness he has created in the children's and women's lives.
Having been a spy himself,' he was a good judge of the vileness of the office.
The indecent practices of these mediums made it necessary to seek darkness to cover their vileness.
Had you stabbed him in the back with a knife, you would have shown the courage of your vileness.
The vileness of man in that he submits himself to the brutes, and even worships them.
In the very dust I acknowledge those deeds of villany and vileness.
Nay, I thank thee that thou hast given my vileness to be the means of his glory.
He'll probably go on to harm me further, for I remind him of his vileness.
How quickly the man tears open those eyes that would so willingly be closed to his vileness!
They will rescue him; they will refine the vileness out of him.
early 13c. (implied in vilety), from Anglo-French and Old French vile, from Latin vilis "cheap, worthless, base, common," of unknown origin. Related: Vilely.