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bad

1. mod. powerful; intense. This grass is bad!
2. mod. suitable; excellent; good. I got some new silks that are really bad.
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In his essay, he was saying he was going to make plays, and he said he was going to be the baddest (receiver) that was out there.
The wolf is the 'baddest cat to walk the land' and also has the baddest breath and no friends: can the swinging pigs teach him something?
I totally think he's one of the baddest pool skaters I've ever seen.
Now that the US is the undisputed biggest baddest country in the whole world, and maybe in all of time, says McDougall (political science, U.
Jackson, of course, the baddest mother at the movies and compellingly doable.
RUSS ABBOTT joins the baddest rock 'n' roll musical ever as Richard O'Brien's Rocky Horror Show opens for a week-long run at the Alexandra Theatre in Birmingham on Tuesday.
Hawk, the baddest bad-ass black man to ever leap from the pages of a novel, has only one purpose in life--to play backup for Spenser, a wisecracking white P.
This video offers plenty of bowhunting action as Bill and his clients tackle huge axis stags and the area's notorious Basalt Warriors, some of the biggest, baddest wild boars on the planet.
Michael Enyeart, scientist/ Telecommunications, for University Information Technology Services, likes to boast that IU has "the biggest and baddest network in higher education," and, in fact, the Bloomington campus has over 35,000 Ethernet ports, with each building served by a 100 Mbps or a 1 Gbps trunk.
One wonders about a possible descent from mythology's baddest junkyard dog, Cerberus, the triple-header who kept the riffraff away from Hades' portal.
Who's got the baddest brew with the coolest grub in the Windy City?
He said that Greek wineries had made major investments over the last few years in state-of-the-art equipment and have drafted in oenologists to ensure they were now making much better quality wine and not any more of "the cheapest, baddest stuff".
Over the half-century it now spans--from Tierra Mojada (The Bottoms [1947]) to La calle 10 (Tenth Street [1960]) to Chango, el gran putas (Shango, the Holy (Mother)Fucker, or Shango, the Baddest Dude [1983]) and beyond--Zapata's fiction has embodied a wide range of approaches to the representation of Afro-Hispanic experience.
Wool might recognize the necessity of accommodation, and even satisfy market demand with these seductive, tough-guy poses, but he probably also knows that even the baddest attitude eventually loses its sex appeal, and that today's outlaw is rarely tomorrow's hero.
Thus, during the Iranian hostage crisis, the baddest of the bad guys was the Iranian-flag-waving Iron Sheik, who hailed from the country's capital, Tehran.