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noun as in (vulgar) distinctively tough person

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“The Mandalorian’s Cara Dune Is The Feminist Badass We Needed From Star Wars,” read a 2019 headline from the entertainment website PopSugar.

Every year, Apple sells us on its most expensive and badass products.

We now have a chance to “close the loop,” from thought to movement to touch and back to thought, and make some badass robots along the way.

Had he stopped with that and walked off, it would have been irresponsible, sure, but also badass.

As a small and nimble team, we were able to pivot quickly, but to do it on-brand and at an elevated level required all hands on deck—and hiring a badass creative director to bring our vision to life.

From Fortune

This is a new version of Catman, his past is yet to be told, but an ordeal made him not just badass, but flawed, deeply flawed.

The Daily Beast spoke to Dormer about her badass new role and all things Game of Thrones.

It can happen to the guy playing a badass on Sons of Anarchy.

She is a badass who can take down any opponent that stands in her way, regardless of gender.

All that, and, Jonas tells me, “overall I thought it was just really badass.”


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to badass, such as: agitator, rebel, demagogue, dissident, fighter, and frondeur.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.