wicked


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morally bad in principle or practice

having committed unrighteous acts

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intensely or extremely bad or unpleasant in degree or quality

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naughtily or annoyingly playful

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The next time she had a child the wicked mother did the same thing, but the King could not make up his mind to believe her.
Then they were fetched, to the great joy of the King, and the wicked mother came to no good end.
I have been shuddering all the time through fear that someone might come here and deceive me with a lying story; for there are many very wicked people going about.
She was the Wicked Witch of the East, as I said," answered the little woman.
I am a king's son,' he said, 'and I was bewitched by that wicked dwarf, who had stolen my treasures; I have had to run about the forest as a savage bear until I was freed by his death.
But I thought it was worth while to be a little wicked to get rid of red hair.
Then the wicked sprite laughed till he almost choked, for all this tickled his fancy.
Those are bad words, and wicked people often say them of others better than themselves.
For by it you are rendered infamous, and driven, like lepers of old, out of society; at least, from the society of all but wicked and reprobate persons; for no others will associate with you.
This is, however, my third manly prudence: I am not put out of conceit with the WICKED by your timorousness.
Looking after his tithes, hang'un (only he used the same wicked word).
I broke out, "how do you come to be in charge of the wicked Colonel's Diamond?
To give the history of a wicked life repented of, necessarily requires that the wicked part should be make as wicked as the real history of it will bear, to illustrate and give a beauty to the penitent part, which is certainly the best and brightest, if related with equal spirit and life.
That's true, indeed; but I have been a wicked wretch, and have not only forgotten to acquaint thee with anything before, but have lived without God in the world myself.
There was something in Kate's manner that was not to be resisted, and so Nathaniel Pipkin complied with the invitation; and after a great deal of blushing on his part, and immoderate laughter on that of the wicked little cousin, Nathaniel Pipkin went down on his knees on the dewy grass, and declared his resolution to remain there for ever, unless he were permitted to rise the accepted lover of Maria Lobbs.