Wicked synonyms

wĭk'ĭd
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(Computing, programming, slang) undesirable; harmful; bad practice
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The definition of crooked is something not straight, curved or bent or a dishonest person.
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The definition of criminal is someone or something related to the commission of a crime.
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The definition of bad is something that is wrong in some way, something that is not working properly, or has negative qualities.
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Based on fact or sound reason; well-founded:
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Very unnatural or abnormal in shape, type, or character
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(Philosophy) Free of empirical elements:
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In good faith; without malice.
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Contrary to established moral principles.
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Characterized by or causing trouble or anxiety.
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Free from worry, anxiety, trouble, or pain:
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Rejected by God and without hope of salvation.
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The definition of rotten is someone or something extremely bad, corrupt, spoiled, unpleasant or decaying.
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(Especially when capitalized) Holy.
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Full of virtue, having excellent moral character.
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Being of the color black, producing or reflecting comparatively little light and having no predominant hue.
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Behaving disobediently or mischievously:
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The definition of iniquitous is morally wrong or grossly unfair.
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Sinful; sinning
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Containing or consisting in sin; contrary to the will of a god, goddess, gods and/or goddesses.
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Malicious; spiteful; mean
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Evoking a feeling of hatred.
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Having an evil mind or disposition
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Having the nature of or resulting from malice; deliberately harmful; spiteful:
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The definition of malignant is something evil or intending harm, a tumor that is spreading, or a disease that is invasive.
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(Slang) Hard to cope with; difficult or troublesome:
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The definition of nasty is something that is very dirty, unpleasant or offensive.
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Containing sufficient poison to be dangerous
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Filled with, prompted by, or showing spite; malicious.
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In or into a satisfactory state or condition:
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Characterized by intense ill will or spite
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Appealing to or stimulating sexual desire:
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Causing scandal; offensive to a sense of decency or shocking to the moral feelings of the community; shameful
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(Obsolete) Contemptuous.
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Gloomy; depressed.
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Useless or worthless
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Disagreeable or contemptible; mean; nasty
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Of or like a fiend; devilish; inhumanly wicked or cruel
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Appropriate to a devil, especially in degree of wickedness or cruelty.
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Of, resembling, or characteristic of a devil, as:
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Capable of doing great damage
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Conspiring or fond of conspiracy
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Glaringly bad; notorious; outrageous
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The definition of nefarious is someone who is known for being very wicked.
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The definition of heinous is very evil or horrible.
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(Informal) Very difficult, disagreeable, dangerous, trying, etc.
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Like a trick in deceptiveness or intricacy
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Causing or intending harm or evil; wicked:
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Not of high social status; common.
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(Now Rare) Deserving opprobrium; disgraceful
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(Archaic) Evil; wicked.
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Being able or likely to do harm.
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Played by persons competing as individuals rather than with partners, as some forms of bridge or pinochle
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Similar to a rat; ratlike.
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Of a surface, having low friction, often due to being covered in a non-viscous liquid, and therefore hard to grip, hard to stand on without falling, etc.
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The definition of mischievous is someone or something that causes harm or likes to play and annoy with tricks.
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Playfully mischievous:
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Troublesome; annoying:
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Of, resembling, or worthy of hell; fiendish.
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Like a rascal.
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Not morally approvable; morally bad; not ethical.
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Containing errors or alterations, especially ones that prevent proper understanding or use:
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Lacking principles or moral scruples; unscrupulous:
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Being a metal that is of little value.
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(Archaic) Ugly; unattractive.
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Disgusting or offensive:
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Lacking moral restraint; indulging in sensual pleasures or vices.
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Following no clear pattern; unpredictable:
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Not in accord with religious principles; profane; impious
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Committing or tending to commit blasphemy.
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Unclean; ritually impure; unholy, desecrating a holy place or thing.
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Vile means evil or without morals.
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(Of an encoding or function) Having multiple domain elements correspond to one element of the range.
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Also corrupt in a moral sense, or disposition.
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Incurably depraved; not reformable.
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Devoid of compassion or feeling; pitiless.
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Marked by a lack of shame:
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(Heraldry) Having steps; said of a cross whose extremities end in steps growing larger as they leave the centre; on degrees.
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Indulging in or characterised by sensual pleasures to a degree perceived to be morally harmful; corrupted; immoral; self-indulgent.
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Bad; adverse:
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Morally evil
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Causing infamy; disgraceful
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Not proper and fitting; unseemly; improper
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Shamefully wicked; immoral
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Opposed or contrary (to)
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Worthy of, or causing, abhorrence, as a thing of evil omen; odious in the utmost degree; very hateful; detestable; loathsome; execrable. [first attested around 1150 to 1350]
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Highly skilled; expert
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Quick and skillful in body or mind; deft.
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(--- Obsolete) Afraid.
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Handsome, convenient, nice, etc.
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Causing, or of a kind to cause, pain, distress, etc.
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So wicked and detestable as to deserve to be cursed.
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Evil; sinister
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Tending or likely to cause destruction
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Very wicked or cruel
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Hard, not easy, requiring much effort.
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Existing in fact; actual:
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Very inferior; of poorest quality
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Infamous; scandalous:
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Causing or capable of causing harm; injurious.
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Causing a feeling of horror; terrible; revolting
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Lacking due respect or dutifulness:
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Difficult to persuade or keep under control, as in behavior:
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Morally unrestrained, esp. in sexual activity; lascivious
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Widely but unfavorably known or talked about
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The definition of obnoxious is someone or something that is very annoying or offensive.
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Arousing or deserving hatred or strong dislike.
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Having the nature of, involving, or doing great injury or wrong
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(Rare) Wicked; evil
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The definition of perverse is deliberately behaving badly or improperly, despite knowing that your actions are likely to have bad consequences.
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Deserving rebuke or censure:
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That is or involves sacrilege
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Of, pertaining to or resembling Satan (the Devil).
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Cold and slow to change and react (refers to mood)
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The definition of severe is someone or something that is very serious, harsh or critical.
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Causing shade.
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The definition of skillful is someone or something that shows talent or adeptness.
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That suggests or tends to suggest thoughts or ideas
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The definition of terrible is someone or something extreme, very bad or something that causes fear.
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Wicked; immoral.
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Being in violation of principles of justice or fairness; unfair:
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Not right or fair; unjust.
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Suggestive of or related to a viper.
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That which is abominable, shamefully vile; an object that excites disgust and hatred; very often with religious undertones. [First attested around 1350 to 1470.]
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Sorcery; witchcraft.
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Enormity is defined as the huge size or scale of something, or is defined as something that is defined as extremely important.
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The quality of being infamous; great wickedness
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(Uncountable) The property of being sinful.
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Fairly good; acceptable; satisfactory:
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Based on strong likelihood or firm conviction, rather than on the actual evidence:
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Showing or requiring great precision or sensitive discernment; subtle:
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destructive
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destructive
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The definition of helpful is someone or something that is useful, that provides assistance or aid, or that is prone to providing aid.
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Sufficiently valuable or important to be worth one's time, effort, or interest.
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Having a beneficial use; serviceable:
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Made up of amateurs:
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Full of or marked by disgust.
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Unpleasant to taste
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Resistant or impervious to a substance. Often used in combination:
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Alternative form of repellent.
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highly offensive; arousing aversion or disgust
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Causing abhorrence or disgust.
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(British slang) vile
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(Slang) Unpleasant, disgusting, etc.
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Mischievous; roguish:
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Of or like an imp; mischievous
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Possessing the qualities or appearances of an imp.
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Behaving in an eccentric manner, as though led by pixies.
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Like a prank
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Full of mischief; impish
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In a bad mood; irritable or cranky.
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Synonym Study

  • Bad , in this comparison, is the broadest term, ranging in implication from merely unsatisfactory to utterly depraved
  • Naughty today implies mere mischievousness or disobedience a naughty child
  • Ill , which is slightly weaker than evil in its implications of immorality, is now used chiefly in certain idiomatic phrases ill-gotten gains
  • 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
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