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1 of 5) Wicked : خبیث : (adjective) morally bad in principle or practice.

He is a wicked and greedy man.

Related : Evil : morally bad or wrong. Immoral : deliberately violating accepted principles of right and wrong. Unrighteous : not righteous.

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2 of 5) Wicked, Sinful, Unholy : فاسق, گناہ گار : (satellite adjective) having committed unrighteous acts.

Related : Unrighteous : not righteous.

3 of 5) Wicked, Severe, Terrible : سخت ناگوار : (satellite adjective) intensely or extremely bad or unpleasant in degree or quality.

Under wicked fire from the enemy`s guns.
A wicked.

Related : Intense : possessing or displaying a distinctive feature to a heightened degree.

4 of 5) Wicked, Arch, Impish, Implike, Mischievous, Pixilated, Prankish, Puckish : شرارتی, شریر, شریرانہ : (satellite adjective) naughtily or annoyingly playful.

A wicked prank.

Related : Playful : full of fun and high spirits.

5 of 5) Wicked, Disgustful, Disgusting, Distasteful, Foul, Loathly, Loathsome, Repellant, Repellent, Repelling, Revolting, Skanky, Yucky : سخت ناگوار : (satellite adjective) highly offensive; arousing aversion or disgust.


Wicked in Book Titles


Wicked: A Dark Bad Boy Romance.
Wicked Tales Three: The Witch`s Library.
Wicked!: Design on the Edge of Bad Taste.
Wicked Curve: The Life and Troubled Times of Grover Cleveland Alexander.

Useful Words


Act, Deed, Human Action, Human Activity : کام : something that people do or cause to happen. "Whose act is this?".

Bad : برا : having undesirable or negative qualities. "Where the bad smell is coming from room?".

Committed : مخلص : bound or obligated, as under a pledge to a particular cause, action, or attitude. "Committed church members".

Morally : اخلاقی طور پر : with respect to moral principles. "Morally unjustified".

Practice, Practise, Rehearse : مشق کرنا : engage in a rehearsal (of). "He kept his practice on".

Principle, Rule : اصول : a basic generalization that is accepted as true and that can be used as a basis for reasoning or conduct. "Their principles of composition characterized all their works".

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