Definition of 'baddie'
Example sentences containing 'baddie'
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When she went for the audition she thought it was to play a baddie. The Sun (2011)What about the appeal of at last playing a baddie? Times, Sunday Times (2007) Playing as a baddie is often a lot more fun. The Sun (2008) Playing a baddie has been a nice change for me. The Sun (2015)But we had seen a real baddie earlier in the story. The Sun (2014)The enforcers did not consider themselves the heroes or the baddies. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Which is why the singer is set to play a baddie for her big-screen debut. The Sun (2013)There are some goodies and some real baddies when it comes to hair on TV right now. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Used Rarely. baddie is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Definition of baddie from the Collins English Dictionary
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