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Deutsche affengeil Synonyme

Englische wicked {adj} ; terrific {adj} Synonyme

wicked  Herculean  aberrant  abnormal  abominable  abstruse  adroit  antic  arduous  arrant  atrocious  au fait  bad  baleful  barbarous  base  bitchy  black  blamable  blameworthy  blue  broad  brutal  capable  chancy  children of darkness  clever  competent  complex  criminal  critical  cussed  damnable  dark  delicate  delinquent  demanding  despiteful  deviant  difficile  difficult  disgraceful  dregs of society  evil  evildoing  exacting  execrable  felonious  flagitious  flagrant  formidable  foul  godless  good  hairy  hard  hard-earned  hard-fought  hardly the thing  harmful  hateful  hazardous  heinous  ignominious  ill  illegal  immoral  impious  impish  improper  inaccurate  inappropriate  inauspicious  incorrect  indecorous  inexpedient  infamous  inferior  iniquitous  intricate  invalid  invidious  irreligious  jawbreaking  jeopardous  knavish  knotted  knotty  laborious  larkish  limbs of Satan  low  malefactory  malefic  maleficent  malevolent  malfeasant  malicious  malign  malignant  mean  mischievous  monstrous  nasty  naughty  nefarious  no picnic  not done  not easy  not the thing  noxious  off-base  off-color  operose  ornery  out-of-line  peccant  perilous  pesky  prankish  pranky  pretty  proper  purple  qualified  racy  rank  reprehensible  reprobate  rigorous  risky  roguish  rough  rugged  sacrilegious  salty  scandalous  set with thorns  severe  shady  shameful  shameless  sinful  sinister  sons of Belial  sons of men  spicy  spiny  spiteful  steep  strenuous  suggestive  terrible  the bad  the evil  the reprobate  the unrighteous  the wicked  thorny  ticklish  toilsome  tough  treacherous  tricky  troublous  ugly  un-Christly  unangelic  unchristian  uncivilized  unconscionable  undue  unfavorable  unfit  unfitting  unforgivable  ungodly  unhealthy  unholy  unkind  unlawful  unpardonable  unpleasant  unrighteous  unsaintly  unseemly  unskillful  unsound  unspeakable  unsuitable  untoward  unworthy  uphill  vexatious  vicious  vile  villai  
wickedness  aberrance  aberrancy  abnormality  arrantness  badness  baseness  bitchiness  corruption  criminality  cussedness  damnability  debt  delinquency  depravity  deviance  deviancy  devilishness  devilment  devilry  deviltry  evil intent  evilness  fiendishness  flagitiousness  foulness  godlessness  harmfulness  hatefulness  heinousness  hellishness  illegality  immorality  impiety  improperness  impropriety  inaccuracy  inappropriateness  inauspiciousness  incorrectness  indecorousness  indecorum  inexpedience  inferiority  infraction  iniquitousness  invalidity  invidiousness  irreligion  maleficence  malevolence  malice  malice aforethought  malice prepense  maliciousness  malignance  malignancy  malignity  meanness  moral badness  nastiness  naughtiness  nefariousness  noxiousness  orneriness  peccancy  rankness  reprehensibility  sin  sinfulness  un-Christliness  unangelicalness  unchristianliness  unfavorableness  unfitness  unfittingness  ungodliness  unhealthiness  unholiness  unkindness  unlawfulness  unpleasantness  unrighteousness  unsaintliness  unseemliness  unskillfulness  unsuitability  vice  viciousness  vileness  villainousness  violation  wrong  wrongfulness  wrongness  

affengeil Definition

Slang
() imp. of Sling. Slung.
Slang
(n.) Any long, narrow piece of land
Slang
(n.) A fetter worn on the leg by a convict.
Slang
(n.) Low, vulgar, unauthorized language
Slang
(v. t.) To address with slang or ribaldry
Slang-whanger
(n.) One who uses abusive slang
Slang
() of Sling
Terrific
(a.) Causing terror
Wicked
(a.) Having a wick
Wicked
(a.) Evil in principle or practice
Wicked
(a.) Cursed
Wicked
(a.) Ludicrously or sportively mischievous

wicked {adj} [slang]; terrific {adj} [slang] Bedeutung

slang
cant
jargon
lingo
argot
patois vernacular
a characteristic language of a particular group (as among thieves), they don't speak our lingo
rhyming slang slang that replaces words with rhyming words or expressions and then typically omits the rhyming component, Cockney rhyming slang
slang slang expression
slang term
informal language consisting of words and expressions that are not considered appropriate for formal occasions, often vituperative or vulgar, their speech was full of slang expressions
slang abuse with coarse language
a gull
dupe
slang befool
cod fool put on
take in
put one over put one across
fool or hoax, The immigrant was duped because he trusted everyone, You can't fool me!
slang use slang or vulgar language
terrific
terrifying
causing extreme terror, a terrifying wail
severe
terrible
wicked
intensely or extremely bad or unpleasant in degree or quality, severe pain, a severe case of flu, a terrible cough, under wicked fire from the enemy's guns, a wicked cough
terrific very great or intense, a terrific noise, a terrific thunderstorm storm, fought a terrific battle
d disgusting
disgustful
distasteful
foul
loathly
loathsome
repellent
repellant
repelling
revolting
skanky
wicked
yucky cb
highly offensive, arousing aversion or disgust, a disgusting smell, distasteful language, a loathsome disease, the idea of eating meat is repellent to me, revolting food, a wicked stench
a fantastic
grand
howling(a)
marvelous
marvellous
rattling(a)
terrific
tremendous
wonderful
wondrous
extraordinarily good or great , used especially as intensifiers, a fantastic trip to the Orient, the film was fantastic!, a howling success, a marvelous collection of rare books, had a rattling conversation about politics, a tremendous achievement
sinful
unholy
wicked
having committed unrighteous acts, a sinful person
arch
impish
implike
mischievous
pixilated
prankish
puckish
wicked
naughtily or annoyingly playful, teasing and worrying with impish laughter, a wicked prank
wicked morally bad in principle or practice
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