Definition of baddie
: a bad person or thing; especially : an opponent of the hero (as in fiction or motion pictures)
Examples of baddie in a Sentence
the actor has never been cast as a hero, but he's played every kind of baddie imaginable
Recent Examples of baddie from the Web
The baddie this go-round is Adrian Toomes, aka the Vulture, played by the aforementioned Keaton.
Crash figures out who the true baddies are with a bit of help from Daisy’s assistant Nell Burns.
Things get complicated when Peter learns of his unexpected connection to the winged baddie.
Meanwhile, anyone who still questions online dating is a dial-up dummy who needs to get with us broadband baddies.
The good-humored cast is endearing all round, even the baddies.
Another baddie, Fisheye, was an effeminate gay man who played with gender presentation.
The baddie, too, is less operatic: Michael Keaton plays a more or less regular guy who turned super-villain.
Both series had a serious villain problem, a point addressed by Michael Keaton's casting as Adrian Toomes, whose Vulture antagonizes Spidey and serves as one of the most engaging baddies this side of Tom Hiddleston's Loki.
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First Known Use of baddie
BADDIE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of baddie for English Language Learners
: a bad person in a book, movie, etc.
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