Bad, Badder, Baddest (Cass, Album).
Bad, badder, baddest? It doesn't sound right! What words would you use instead of badder and baddest? How would you say "more bad"? ENGLISH please not American English which just isn't English at all and is lazy dumb English! . Anonymous · 4 years ago. 0.
Bad, badder, baddest Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Bad, badder, baddest from your list? Bad, badder, baddest. 1st ed. by Cynthia Voigt.
Ironically, "baddest" and "worst" are complete opposites, despite the fact that at first glance, they appear to be synonyms. Always used complimentary, unless used by someone who has poor grammar and does not know that the superlative form of "bad" is "worst". Ironically, "baddest" and "worst" are complete opposites, despite the fact that at first glance, they appear to be synonyms.
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Bad, Badder, Baddest book. Mikey and Margalo are prepared for battle. Cynthia Voigt's Bad, Badder, Baddest had cover hype telling the biggest lie I've ever read. One of the bad girls wasn't bad at all, one suffered from poor impulse control and the normal human desire for excitement, and the third was so tangential to the story she never even got to be a "point of view" character.