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- adv. In a wicked manner.
- adv. (slang) very.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a wicked manner; in a manner, or with motives and designs, contrary to the divine law or the law of morality; viciously; corruptly; immorally.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a wicked manner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a wicked evil manner
"There's Mr. Graemer," she said; "here's some one to see you," she called wickedly, as she leaned across the balcony.
Wickles Original Pickles come in 16oz jars and are described as wickedly delicious pickles by the manufacturer.
And to be honest, I'm not smart enough to do the kind of wickedly sharp satire you get from someone like Pratchett.
Ronald Edwards, 65, attacked Sylvia Rowley-Bailey, 66, after she "wickedly" wished his
It might be one of the few graces where the word "wickedly" is meant in only the very best possible way.
Telford), the kind of wickedly smart semi-achiever so caught up in his own personal demons and masters thesis that he's driven to keep secrets hidden beneath his lackadaisical barkeep facade.
In the nineteenth century, large numbers of white-looking people who were wickedly good dancers came to America.
I found "Madame la Directrice" wickedly off-putting, but eventually realized that kids are not King in France.
Held in the air above it, at the end of long jointed arms, is a wickedly spiked front-loader giving it the appearance of some monstrous horned beetle.
Tom T HAll... he has some wickedly funny adult songs, but I'd go with I Care or I Love