Definition of wicked
- does wicked impersonations
- a wicked odor
- a wicked storm
- throws a wicked fastball
a wicked act of cruelty
She played the part of the wicked stepmother in the play.
She wore a wicked grin after her victory.
She's known for having a wicked sense of humor.
She had a wicked case of food poisoning.
A wicked odor was coming from the closet.
He throws a wicked fastball.
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First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
His car goes wicked fast.
All his friends thought he was wicked cool.
The tickets were wicked expensive.
: morally bad
: having or showing slightly bad thoughts in a way that is funny or not serious
: very bad or unpleasant
: very or extremely
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of yeast or being unsettled or frivolous
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