Examples of baddie in a Sentence
the actor has never been cast as a hero, but he's played every kind of baddie imaginable
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The trailer closes with Iron Man and Captain America facing off against the baddie, individually, as their lives hang in the balance.
Animated Disney movies often rely on vaguely British accents and oblong faces for their baddies.
The thing that upsets me in movies is when the baddies all just get slaughtered.
The hunt for a coveted list of covert agents follows, with KGB baddies and James McAvoy's dubious colleague complicating matters to a head-spinning degree.
The trailer even ends by hinting at the return of Kilgrave, the sadistic, mind-controlling baddie played by David Tennant in Season One.
In fact, the film feels remarkably similar to 2011's Thor—even the very last big baddie looks remarkably similar.
His motivations arose not from a desire to aid and abet baddies but rather from a compulsion to create safeguards for everyday users.
Darth Vader and Voldemort were baddies that kicked off an interesting discussion.
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First Known Use of baddie
beast, brute, devil, evildoer, fiend, heavy, hound, knave, meanie (also meany), miscreant, monster, nazi, no-good, rapscallion, rascal, reprobate, rogue, savage, scalawag (or scallywag), scamp, scoundrel, varlet, villain, wretch;
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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