from The Century Dictionary.
- Old comparative of bad. See
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- obsolete compar. of
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
comparativeform of bad: more bad; worse.
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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.
But recession has a bigger and "badder" meaning then that.
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.
Besides new weapons and new enemies, everything about Gears 2 looks bigger, "badder" and - you get the point.
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.
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.
The bad guys stayed bad, and the good guys got just a little badder, not enough, anyway, to make them unrecognizable.
In my view, 2010 was the watershed year for genealogical programming in the U.S. since it was the first time that both shows aired in the same season -- and all indications are that 2012 will be bigger, badder and better than ever!
Without it the only difference between us and the bad guys is we have badder weapons … … … ..
Because you don't have a Hummer and if you do, I'll find a way to make my Hummer bigger, better and badder.