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He has an amazing and albeit sometimes wicked sense of humour. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Thereafter they were inseparable, despite the wicked stepmother status accorded by her stepchildren. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It felt great to do something wicked but then I did it again and felt terrible. The Sun (2016)The wicked stepmother knows what suits her and within those parameters she takes risks. Times, Sunday Times (2015)They were just great guys with such a wicked sense of humour. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Where the hero of the film stands by himself against an entire town of wicked people. Christianity Today (2000)There was something both wicked and profound in his smile. The Broken God (1993)The player who sent it to me evidently has a wicked sense of humour. The Sun (2010)She is a wicked woman with a wicked sense of humour. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It occurred because there are wicked people out there. The Sun (2014)He was very sweet but had a wicked sense of humour so people thought he was aggressive. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Cat was amazed at how wicked she looked. CHARMED LIFE (1977)She has also got her wicked sense of humour back. The Sun (2012)It encourages vile people to do wicked acts. The Sun (2011)He has a wicked sense of humour and thinking about him made me feel hot. The Sun (2010)Both students agreed that the other looked wicked. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Are you taking wicked stepmother lessons? The Sun (2009)Young people are more bad, more wicked than before. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Daddy, you are the wicked stepmother. Times, Sunday Times (2008)For money, of course, but with you there would be something wicked added. SOMEDAY MY PRINCE (1999)Once upon a time, 12 young men were turned into swans by their wicked stepmother. Times, Sunday Times (2015)She says: 'He was warm and funny with a wicked sense of humour and he truly seemed wise beyond his years. The Sun (2012)
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British English: wicked /ˈwɪkɪd/ ADJECTIVE
You use wicked to describe someone or something that is very bad in a way that is deliberately harmful to people.
It was a wicked attack.
- American English: wicked
- Arabic: شَرِير
- Brazilian Portuguese: malvado
- Chinese: 邪恶的
- Croatian: podao
- Czech: zlý
- Danish: ond
- Dutch: kwaadaardig
- European Spanish: malvado
- Finnish: paha
- French: malicieux
- German: böse
- Greek: επαίσχυντος
- Italian: cattivo
- Japanese: 邪悪な
- Korean: 사악한
- Norwegian: ond
- Polish: niegodziwy
- European Portuguese: malvado
- Romanian: dăunător
- Russian: злобный
- Latin American Spanish: malvado
- Swedish: elak
- Thai: ชั่วร้าย
- Turkish: hain cadı vb
- Ukrainian: злісний
- Vietnamese: xấu xa
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