Definition of Baddy

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of baddie) ¹



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Definition of Baddy

1. baddie [n -DIES] - See also: baddie

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Baddy

badded
baddeleyite
baddeleyites
badder
badderlocks
badders
baddest
baddie
baddies
badding
baddish
baddishness
baddy (current term)
bade
bade fair
badelaire
badelaires
badelynge
badelynges
badest
badfic
badfics
badge
badge-cove
badge bunnies
badge bunny
badged

Literary usage of Baddy

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1. History and Antiquities of the Newport Pagnell Hundreds by Oliver Ratcliff (1900)
"... baddy, 19 May 1674. He went to Ireland about 1692. HE.NKV HARDACRE, about 1694. WILLIAM HATTON, BA, admitted curate 29 August 1696. ..."

2. Social--to save: a book of suggestions for the social committees of by Amos Russell Wells (1895)
"A baddy-baddy time is, for instance, a social where silly, profitless games are played, like the kissing games now happily obsolete. ..."

3. Publications by English Dialect Society (1890)
"baddy, baddy-doo [raad-i-doo], N. and W., a round, soft, [felt hat. Baffle [raaf-u'l], v. to ravel or entangle. Baffle-cap [raaf-u'1-kaap], a loose, ..."

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