One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘But I think you should tell her before something baddish happens.’
- ‘And the few complaints always turned out to be about the same couple of baddish apples, like the dragon lady.’
- ‘The woman, with the baddish cat following closely at her heels, entered the Bilkins mansion, reached her chamber in the attic without being intercepted, and there laid aside her finery.’
- ‘It will have biggish - not to mention baddish - shoes to fill.’
- ‘Then, when I'm having a baddish moment they come up and be nice to me, then I spit something back in their face that I'd rather not and the cycle of being ignored begins again.’
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