wicked

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Pronunciation[change]

Hyphenation: wick‧ed

adjective 1
verb, adjective 2

Adjective 1[change]

Positive
wicked

Comparative
wickeder

Superlative
wickedest

Positive
wicked

Comparative
more wicked

Superlative
most wicked

  1. If you are wicked you often do evil things. More than that, a wicked person enjoys evil.
    The wicked witch terrorized the peasants of the village.
  2. A wicked act is something someone does that is very evil.
    He will be punished for his wicked acts.

Verb[change]

Plain form
wick

Third-person singular
wicks

Past tense
wicked

Past participle
wicked

Present participle
wicking

  1. The past tense and past participle of wick.

Adjective 2[change]

Positive
wicked

Comparative
none

Superlative
none

  1. Having a wick.