baddie

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baddie

1. The antagonist or enemy in a book, film, video game, etc. Bowser is the main baddie who’s always causing trouble for Mario and Luigi.
2. Someone or something that is deemed negative or harmful. Sean is in time-out because he was being a baddie today. Gluten is seen as a real baddie these days.

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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Wolff said: "Somebody needs to be the baddie and it's me.
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A few years back I made the transition from playing the Prince to the baddie and I definitely prefer it.
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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. She's a nightmare of a woman; absolutely horrible," Contactmusic quoted her as saying.
The Dhoom flick have always been known for their central villains -- indeed, the biggest star in each of the last two films have been the baddie who outwits the law every time.
MOVIE star Russell Crowe has signed up to play the baddie in the new blockbuster movie version of stage smash Les Miserables.
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BRIAN Seymour-Smith, in his response to my letter of support for Birmingham City Council and Coun Mike Whitby, clearly sees himself as a leading contender for the role of the baddie within any panto.
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So the pop legend is relishing the opportunity to take on the role of the baddie when he appears in this year's panto at His Majesty's Theatre in Aberdeen.
It's definitely a long way from Benidorm to Billingham, not least in terms of the temperature, but Jake is looking forward to getting stuck into the role of the baddie.