Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Old comparative of bad. See bad.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • obsolete compar. of bad, a.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective comparative form of bad: more bad; worse.

Etymologies

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

bad +‎ -er

Examples

  • Here in Charlotte we have only one indie theatre and its located in one of the "badder" parts of Charlotte, and is a pain in the ass to get to.

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  • But recession has a bigger and "badder" meaning then that.

    Jeff Madrick: What Does Recession Mean? It Means Economic Suffering

  • On the other hand, you have high capacity weapons in the hands of people wearing badges - some of whom exercise very bad judgement, and think the badge makes them braver, tougher, "badder" than anyone else.

    Spray and Pray: Why cops should go back to carrying revolvers

  • Besides new weapons and new enemies, everything about Gears 2 looks bigger, "badder" and - you get the point.

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  • Epic hopes to deliver not only a bigger, "badder" single player experience, but a more polished, less glitch-heavy multiplayer experience, after the original's online multiplayer was plagued by several bugs.

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  • Besides new weapons and new enemies, everything about Gears 2 looks bigger, "badder" and - you get the point.

    FIUSM.com

  • Epic hopes to deliver not only a bigger, "badder" single player experience, but a more polished, less glitch-heavy multiplayer experience, after the original's online multiplayer was plagued by several bugs.

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  • Bigger then old King Kong, badder than a junkyard dog! exclaims Malcolm, to whip the crowd into a betting frenzy and to intimidate his opponent.

    Minigames in RPGs « Geek Related

  • The bad guys stayed bad, and the good guys got just a little badder, not enough, anyway, to make them unrecognizable.

    While I Was Gone, The World Changed

  • The bad guys stayed bad, and the good guys got just a little badder, not enough, anyway, to make them unrecognizable.

    While I Was Gone, The World Changed

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