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wicked

adjective  /ˈwɪk·ɪd/ us  
morally wrong and bad: He was a wicked, ruthless, and dishonest man. Wicked can also mean slightly bad, but in an attractive way: She has a wicked sense of humor. slang Wicked also means extreme: The demands of fund-raising are wicked.
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