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adjective as in harmful

adjective as in immoral

adjective as in mischievous

adjective as in decayed

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adjective as in severe

adjective as in sick

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adjective as in distressing

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Example Sentences

This game is only two hours of what promises to be a twelve hour series, so there is plenty of time to get bigger and badder.

Oh sure, Osama bin Laden is dead, but that was yesterday and his ghost is back, bigger and badder than ever.

Badder seemed to admit more enormity than simply bad, “I—I went in the park to walk and I staid so long that—that––”

She may even meet bolder and badder men than the policeman—Shall we then detain her?

And the bad man may perhaps have a still badder man who is preying upon HIM.

So down he sat and the more he thought about it the badder he felt.

Rather down; have been for a long time; getting badder and badder.


On this page you'll find 285 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to badder, such as: poor, dreadful, atrocious, cheap, unacceptable, and sad.

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