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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asks the short one, for it was the shorter one and the wickeder of the two who was dogging her.
Speaking following a tour of Wickeder Westfalen Stahl, which manufactures cladding materials, Minister Hamilton said: Over the last two days I have had a tremendous insight into the hugely successful German Mittlestand.
Summary: Fossil ties up with the American tattoo artist Mr Cartoon for a new, wackier and wickeder chapter in watch wearing.
Perhaps in reaction to the representation of tinkers by Yeats, McGinley, and Hyde, Synge in 1904 wrote John Masefield that his "tinkers have been re-written since you heard them and are now twice as long (in two acts) and I think many times stronger and wickeder.
out of a restless, vigorous age which is half-drunk and stupefied by its excess of blood and energy--out of a wickeder age than ours is.
is Anton (Konstantin Khabensky), a young Night Watch enforcer who comes down on the wickeder bloodsuckers around town when they get out of line.