Definition of bad:
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- Wanting good qualities, whether physical or moral; injurious, hurtful, inconvenient, offensive, painful, unfavorable, or defective, either physically or morally; evil; vicious; wicked; -- the opposite of good; as, a bad man; bad conduct; bad habits; bad soil; bad health; bad crop; bad news.
liberal, slanderous, right, down in the mouth, in critical condition, unhealthful, sour, unjust, indisposed, unequal, heartbroken, doleful, corked, awesome, in serious trouble, bounteous, wack, nonfunctional, nugatory, baffling, someone couldn't do something if they tried, fully grown, bland, crowing, openhanded, sleazy, lamentable, addled, punk, boastful, dire, unfavorable, blue, unskilled, badness, peccant, errant, bragging, cheesy, harsh, crap, unsuited, awful, problematical, drab, inappropriate, run-down, disruptive, thrive, virulent, unwelcome, fraught, downcast, abominable, prejudicial, unkind, bountiful, miserable, cock-a-hoop, misbehaving, despondent, gimcrack, freehanded, null and void, substandard, unpleasing, pestilential, questioning, drear, no-good, stale, poor, intense, rotten, disagreeable, degrading, notional, damaging, blighted, with child, ill, mean, brokenhearted, pain, unseemly, prominent, bargain-basement, good, big, invalid, bum, unhealthy, unappealing, imperfect, low-rent, bitchy, good-for-nothing, good-for-naught, taste, incompetent, hurtful, in trouble at trouble, unhappy, imitative, tough, bastard, hopeless, melancholic, sorry, grownup, baleful, preteen, elusive, fashionable, sharp, diseased, bush-league, deadly, tasteless, speculative, giving, void, dreadful, better, discreditable, dissatisfactory, chapped, unlawful, bitter, mischievous, low, dingy, control, decomposed, reprobate, unsympathetic, incapable, excellent, gravid, great, agonising, chronic, effective, peaked, nasty, unethical, bush, insecure, unsound, invidious, high-risk, magnanimous, self-aggrandising, unpalatable, trashy, cheapjack, large, low-grade, harmful, gloomy, inconvenient, saddened, angry, nonstandard, droopy, unwell, schlock, negative, severeness, pitiless, decayed, disconsolate, gravely, hateful, nonbinding, contrary, small, painful, regretful, unpropitious, fearful, adverse, inedible, vicious, adult, heartsore, word up, crippling, nocuous, injurious, heavy, putrid, cast down, uncollectible, stinking, unbecoming, crappy, glum, froward, problematic, rugged, spiteful, dreary, icky, nonvalid, grown, my bad, badly, disobedient, cut-rate, naughty, deficient, joyless, enceinte, corky, unsatisfactory, unsuitable, knotty, spoiled, poisonous, agonizing, unspeakable, immoral, mournful, insalubrious, mentally ill, wild, handsome, subpar, uncool, inexpert, sick, swelled, uncongenial, dejected, mischievousness, unsavory, yucky, downhearted, uncomfortable, pubescent, defective, rubber, forlorn, braggart, spoilt, ruinous, seriously, swingeing, pitiful, malfunctioning, down, melancholy, lame, sad, pestiferous, insipid, lousy, gross, unfortunate, ailing, depressed, crummy, vainglorious, expectant, shitty, biased, noxious, sickened, catty, inquisitive, woeful, compromising, forged, noisome, off, unlovely, malicious, inauspicious, prepubescent, unfair, untimely, corrupted, horrid, crestfallen, objectionable, meritless, adolescent, amiss, unstable, woebegone, deleterious, coarse, hazardous, unfit, ill-behaved, putrefied, deplorable, inferior, dying, unjustified, luck, low-spirited, embarrassing, troublesome, toughened, inhuman, shoddy, terrible, grim, full-grown, debilitating, inopportune, malignant, heartsick, execrable, amateur, heavyhearted, untoward, despiteful, sorrowful, unacceptable, distressing, be the bomb, sturdy, partial, contentious, ruffianly, wanting, bighearted, cruel, one-sided, disadvantageously, naughtily, rubbishy, risky, scurrilous, unreasonable, help, inept, malevolent, uncharitable, achy, wrongful, pretty, self-aggrandizing, no-account, suboptimal, hangdog, severely, stylish, no-count, unrighteous, burning, paltry, inconsolable, unattractive, mediocre, unwholesome, dark, pernicious, perverting, distasteful, junky, libellous, stinky, severe, bleak, helpless, inoperative, frightful, counterfeit, difficult, gross-out, severity, putrid, distressed, trumpery, naughtiness, common, atrocious, rancid, arbitrary, malign, second-rate, poorly, dismal, hard, contrite, mischievously, defamatory, el cheapo, wondering, peaky, braggy.
- evil (part of speech: adjective)
- bad (part of speech: adjective)
- severe (part of speech: adjective)
- wicked (part of speech: adjective)
- wrong (part of speech: adjective)
- "The Sources and Analogues of 'A Midsummer-night's Dream'", Compiled by Frank Sidgwick.
- "North, South and Over the Sea", M.E. Francis (Mrs. Francis Blundell).
- "Patricia Brent, Spinster", Herbert Jenkins.