American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Informal One that is bad, especially a villain or criminal.
- n. informal A person of bad character in a work of fiction; in a western he will typically wear a black hat.
- n. the principal bad character in a film or work of fiction
- corruption of bad + guy (Wiktionary)
“Is Metallo going to be the new main baddie in 'THE MAN OF STEEL ?”
“Also, the main baddie – the nerd supreme – was a regular guy, in fact he was the most excellent drug dealer from Go, which I coincidentally was watching on TV only moments before seeing the movie.”
“But a 2-D Mario game without the big B as the main baddie, this is not the world I want to live in.”
“What are the chances we might get to see Venom running rampant as the main baddie in Spider-Man 3?”
“No strategy counted for anything - everything was reduced to "Get up in baddie X's face, start slashing," since at high levels dodging and unique strategies did nothing.”
“In many American films the baddie is English or English accented.”
“I will say I struggled initially with the whole "should I demand priority as is written" thing becuase I figure mothers with young children have enough to cope with and probably more influencing, I don't want to be the "baddie" - however, as was driven in by desperation on that rainy corner - I don't have options, other people do - that's why I get priority.”
“Bedard: We’ll soon find out who the big baddie is who stole L.E.G.I.O.N. from Dox, and it’s much bigger than anything Dox expects.”
“Interesting bunch, though it’s Jason Patrick as the baddie is most definitely having the most fun out of anyone in the cast.”
“So the baddie is the big boss, with twin henchpeople lurking in the shadows.”
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