very+wicked

  • 1wicked — [[t]wɪ̱kɪd[/t]] 1) ADJ GRADED You use wicked to describe someone or something that is very bad and deliberately harmful to people. She described the shooting as a wicked attack... She flew at me, shouting how wicked and evil I was. Syn: evil… …

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  • 2Wicked — may refer to:The arts* , a novel by Gregory Maguire based on L. Frank Baum s The Wonderful Wizard of Oz * Wicked (musical) , a Tony Award winning Broadway and West End musical, based on Maguire s novel ** Wicked (album) , the original cast… …

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  • 3Wicked Annabella — is a song by English rock band The Kinks, appearing on their 1968 album The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society . The song, written by main songwriter Ray Davies is a straightforward number, containing only 4 chords but takes on a… …

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  • 4Wicked Witch of the West, the — Wicked ,Witch of the West, the noun HUMOROUS a very unpleasant or cruel woman …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 5Wicked Witch of the West — Infobox character colour = yellow colour text = series = Oz name = The Wicked Witch of the West caption = The Wicked Witch of the West threatening to beat Toto with her umbrella Art by W.W. Denslow. first = The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1900) last …

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  • 6Wicked (musical) — Infobox Musical name= Wicked image size= 188 caption= Broadway Poster music= Stephen Schwartz lyrics= Stephen Schwartz book= Winnie Holzman basis= Gregory Maguire s novel productions= 2003 San Francisco tryout 2003 Broadway 2005 North American… …

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  • 7wicked — I UK [ˈwɪkɪd] / US [ˈwɪkəd] adjective Word forms wicked : adjective wicked comparative wickeder superlative wickedest * 1) morally wrong and deliberately intending to hurt people I knew that it was a wicked thing to do. They have a love of power… …

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  • 8wicked — I. adjective Etymology: Middle English, alteration of wicke wicked, perhaps from Old English wicca Date: 13th century 1. morally very bad ; evil 2. a. fierce, vicious < a wicked dog > b. disposed to or m …

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  • 9Wicked problem — The concept of wicked problems was originally proposed by Horst Rittel (a pioneering theorist of design and planning, and late professor at the University of California, Berkeley) and M. Webber ref|1 in a seminal treatise for social planning,&#8230; …

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  • 10Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West — This article is about the book. For the musical adaption, see Wicked (musical). Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West &#160; …

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  • 11wicked — wick|ed1 [ wıkəd ] adjective * 1. ) morally wrong and deliberately intending to hurt people: I knew that it was a wicked thing to do. They have a love of power that makes them really wicked. 2. ) slightly cruel but not intending to upset people:&#8230; …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 12Wicked City (film) — Infobox Film name = Wicked City image size = caption = director = Yoshiaki Kawajiri producer = Kousuke Kuri Yoshio Masumizu writer = Original novel Hideyuki Kikuchi Screenplay Kisei Choo narrator = starring = Yūsaku Yara Ichirō Nagai Toshiko&#8230; …

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  • 13wicked — wickedly, adv. /wik id/, adj., wickeder, wickedest, adv. adj. 1. evil or morally bad in principle or practice; sinful; iniquitous: wicked people; wicked habits. 2. mischievous or playfully malicious: These wicked kittens upset everything. 3.&#8230; …

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  • 14Wicked Lovely — infobox Book | name = Wicked Lovely image caption = author = Melissa Marr cover artist = Mark Tucker (photography) country = United States language = English series = genre = Young adult Urban fantasy publisher = HarperTeen, an imprint of Harper&#8230; …

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  • 15wicked — wick|ed [ˈwıkıd] adj [Date: 1200 1300; Origin: wick wicked (12 20 centuries), perhaps from Old English wicca; WITCH] 1.) behaving in a way that is morally wrong = ↑evil ▪ the wicked stepmother in Hansel and Gretel 2.) informal behaving badly in a …

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  • 16wicked — wick•ed [[t]ˈwɪk ɪd[/t]] adj. er, est, adv. 1) evil or morally bad; sinful 2) mischievous or playfully malicious 3) distressingly severe, as weather 4) unjustifiable; dreadful; beastly: wicked prices[/ex] 5) having a bad disposition; ill natured; …

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  • 17wicked — 1. adjective /ˈwɪkɪd/ a) Evil or mischievous by nature. That was a wicked guitar solo, bro! b) Excellent; awesome; masterful; deeply satisfying. Syn: evil, immoral …

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  • 18wicked — adjective 1 behaving in a way that is morally wrong; evil: the wicked stepmother in Hansel and Gretel 2 informal behaving badly in a way that is amusing; mischievous: Carl had a wicked grin on his face as he crept up behind Ellen. 3 spoken very&#8230; …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 19wicked — adj. (wickeder, wickedest) 1 sinful, iniquitous, given to or involving immorality. 2 spiteful, ill tempered; intending or intended to give pain. 3 playfully malicious. 4 colloq. foul; very bad; formidable (wicked weather; a wicked cough). 5 sl.&#8230; …

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  • 20wicked — Can replace the words very or really, but sounds much cooler. Very popular in Holyoke and Massachusetts as a whole. Did you see Letterman last night he was wicked hilarious …

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