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  • adj. comparative form of wicked: more wicked

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Examples

  • Lip-lip continued so to darken his days that White Fang became wickeder and more ferocious than it was his natural right to be.

    The Outcast

  • Maine strawberries home-canned peaches even wickeder indulgences, but with major downward motion on the scale

    Felix et errabunda XXVIII

  • They looked even wickeder at close quarters, but they squatted down, and the leader raised a hand to Wootton and grunted something that sounded like a mortal insult, but was presumably a greeting.

    Isabelle

  • Amorites, that shed blood like water; and many a proud serving-man, haughty of heart and bloody of hand, cringing to the rich, and making them wickeder than they would be; grinding the poor to powder, when the rich had broken them to fragments.

    Redgauntlet

  • A wickeder and uglier brute never wore pig-skin; and I never put my leg over such a timber-jumper in my life.

    Novels by Eminent Hands

  • But when thou tallest me, that it was thy misfortune to love me, because thy value for me made thee a wickeder man than otherwise thou wouldst have been; I desire thee to revolve this assertion: and I am persuaded that thou wilt not find thyself in so right a train as thou imaginest.

    Clarissa Harlowe

  • By this letter of the wicked man it is apparent that there are still wickeder women.

    Clarissa Harlowe

  • “Is a hired carriage wickeder than a private one?”

    The American Senator

  • I do not say that I was so wholly pleased with it as he thought I was, for I own much wickeder than he, as you shall hear presently.

    Moll Flanders

  • This madman knew, in spite of everything, that he was mad, that he was the prey at such moments of insanity. since he knew perfectly well that the man who was beating him was no wickeder than the little boys in battle-games who draw lots to decide which of them is to play the Prussian and upon whom all the others fall in true patriotic ardour and pretended hatred.

    Time Regained

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