wickedly

[ UK /wˈɪkɪdli/ ]
[ US /ˈwɪkɪdɫi/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in a wicked evil manner
    grin evilly
    act wickedly
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How To Use wickedly In A Sentence

  • He is also pitted against Colin Farrell's wickedly psychotic Bullseye, and - on occasion - even his love interest, Jennifer Garner's Elektra.
  • In Hindi, a man who behaves wickedly is described as behaving like Ravana, and the effigies of Ravana that are burnt at Dusshera mark the triumph of good over evil.
  • It was at Diggers Delight where I had my first experience of a number of European dishes such as choucroute and fondue, where Frank wickedly served up a meat dish to us and a few of the locals before asking what we thought of the meat, in such a way that we knew something was up. At My Table
  • Item, the foresaid marchants complaine, that certaine malefactors of Wismer of Rostok, with others of the Hans, in the yeere of our Lord 1399, wickedly and vniustly tooke one crayer pertayning vnto Iohn Lakinglich of Lenne, laden with diuers goods and marchandise pertaining vnto sundry marchants of The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation — Volume 05 Central and Southern Europe
  • He grinned wickedly, holding my hands in his, whispering French endearments into my ear.
  • act wickedly
  • She smiled wickedly and chucked him under the chin.
  • When their eyes met, she grinned wickedly in an informal hello.
  • The face smiled wickedly, waved, and vanished in a swirl of proud bastions and fortified strongholds.
  • Super-light five-spoke 17-inch wheels reduce unsprung weight; a special casting technique makes the rim section light, not to mention wickedly cool-looking.
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