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Meaning & Definition of Wicked in English

English

Wicked

/wɪkəd/

adjective

1. Morally bad in principle or practice

    synonym:
  • wicked

2. Having committed unrighteous acts

  • "A sinful person"
    synonym:
  • sinful
  • ,
  • unholy
  • ,
  • wicked

3. Intensely or extremely bad or unpleasant in degree or quality

  • "Severe pain"
  • "A severe case of flu"
  • "A terrible cough"
  • "Under wicked fire from the enemy's guns"
  • "A wicked cough"
    synonym:
  • severe
  • ,
  • terrible
  • ,
  • wicked

4. Naughtily or annoyingly playful

  • "Teasing and worrying with impish laughter"
  • "A wicked prank"
    synonym:
  • arch
  • ,
  • impish
  • ,
  • implike
  • ,
  • mischievous
  • ,
  • pixilated
  • ,
  • prankish
  • ,
  • puckish
  • ,
  • wicked

5. Highly offensive

  • Arousing aversion or disgust
  • "A disgusting smell"
  • "Distasteful language"
  • "A loathsome disease"
  • "The idea of eating meat is repellent to me"
  • "Revolting food"
  • "A wicked stench"
    synonym:
  • disgusting
  • ,
  • disgustful
  • ,
  • distasteful
  • ,
  • foul
  • ,
  • loathly
  • ,
  • loathsome
  • ,
  • repellent
  • ,
  • repellant
  • ,
  • repelling
  • ,
  • revolting
  • ,
  • skanky
  • ,
  • wicked
  • ,
  • yucky

Examples of using

That would be wicked!