baddie


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baddy

and baddie (ˈbædi)
n. a bad thing or person. Using butter is supposed to be a real “baddy.” Don’t be such a baddie. Tell me you just love my hair!

baddie

verb
See baddy
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Baddie is known for her provocative clothing, support of the legalization of medical marijuana and her catch phrase, "Stealing your man since 1928.
Kids can be your toughest critics but I'm lucky to be the baddie as it's not that hard to be bad and kids love that.
This will be my first panto and the baddie is a perfect part, I have played quite a few baddies and the role is always a good one.
The 'Titanic' star added that she was kind of surprised that she never played a baddie before.
Baddies vs Goodies ISBN 9781921848421 SCIS 1597119; WhenRobots Go BadISBN 9781921848438 SCIS 1597122 Hardie Grant Edgmont (Super Baddies), 2013 48pp A$12.
Neil said: "I'm delighted to be back at Gala for what will be my fifth outing as Durham's own festive baddie.
Katrina, too, is expected to do heavyduty action in the film, which will see Abhishek Bachchan and Uday Chopra return as the upright cop and his sidekick who chase the baddie.
Meanwhile, a baddie known as the Toad (Ian McKellen) has various ill intentions -- to get a jewel Rita found, which could save her family from poverty, and to wipe out the sewer system's rat population so he can reign supreme.
Coronation Street's Mavis Wilton is to play a baddie in the next series of Doctor Who.
The cuddly comic's advice to any posh person involved in a fight is to behave like a Bond baddie, that would be the only way to seem "hard".
WITH superhero fever still burning up the movies, this new picture of the webbed wonder's lastest baddie should whet your appetite for the next installment of the crime-fighting tale.
As the film's resident baddie, McFadden's just way over the top.
Genomovar III is probably the real baddie, but that doesn't mean the others are absolutely harmless," he says.