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
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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 baddies go toe to toe with the robot and it requires all of their badness to vanquish the not evil robot.
They both loved joining in booing and hissing the excellent baddie King Rat (Ben Tolley) and calling out for Dick's faithful sidekick Taffeta the Cat (Wendy Paver) to come to the rescue.
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.
I played their first baddie in a new soap on telly.
Although he admits to having unsuccessfully auditioned for the part of a Bond baddie, he claims that Irish actor Brosnan has another two or three spy films in him yet.
Genomovar III is probably the real baddie, but that doesn't mean the others are absolutely harmless," he says.
The theory to be tested in the light of your viewing seeks to prove the following proposition: That no matter how a story starts, no matter how its early teasers get your attention, the eventual revelation of who is a "goody" or "baddie" can be unerringl y predicted within the first 10 minutes provided you are aware of the PC/AV approved list of goodies and baddies.
My baddie pirate sidekick Michelle McManus and I are the class doughballs.
The singer has revealed he will appear in Limerick's annual panto as the Baddie in Jack And The Beanstalk.
When the cow should have pushed the baddie over, they instead fell on top of the baddie and couldn't get up
Saffron says that it was a brilliant family show (so it was) - "from singing and humour to a baddie for us to hiss and boo at".
I had a lot of fun with my character because she's like the odd one out in a way and I got to play the baddie.
THIS sounds like dream casting - getting mesmerising Javier Bardem to play the baddie in a Bond movie.