Another word for wicked
evil, immoral, unethical, corrupt, unprincipled, sinful, bad, base, foul, gross, dissolute, wayward, irreligious, blasphemous, profane, evil-minded, vile, degenerate, depraved, incorrigible, heartless, shameless, degraded, debauched, hard, toughened, disreputable, infamous, indecent, mean, remorseless, reprobate, salacious, iniquitous, scandalous, atrocious, contemptible, nasty, rotten*, low-down*, good-for-nothing*, dirty*.
Capable of doing great damage
vicious, fiendish, diabolical, hellish, villainous, rascally, devilish, malevolent, malicious, plotting, conspiratorial, iniquitous, flagrant, nefarious, criminal, heinous, murderous, tricky, sinister, ignoble, monstrous, opprobrious, felonious, dangerous, cutthroat, ratty*, slippery*, crooked*.
wicked and evil both connote willful violation of a moral code, but evil often has ominous or malevolent implications an evil hour, and wicked is sometimes weakened in a playful way to mean merely mischievous wicked with; ill, which is slightly weaker than evil in its implications of immorality, is now used chiefly in certain idiomatic phrases ill-gotten gains; naughty today implies mere mischievousness or disobedience a naughty child; bad, in this comparison, is the broadest term, ranging in implication from merely unsatisfactory to utterly depraved
Another word for wickedadjective
Morally objectionable:bad, black, evil, immoral, iniquitous, peccant, reprobate, sinful, vicious, wrong. See right
Characterized by intense ill will or spite:black, despiteful, evil, hateful, malevolent, malicious, malign, malignant, mean2, nasty, poisonous, spiteful, venomous, vicious. (Slang) bitchy. See attitude
Hard to treat, manage, or cope with:troublesome. (Informal) pesky. (Slang) mean2. See easy