1 : morally very bad <that old lady is wicked>
1 : (New England origins) used to replace "extremely", "very", "exceptionally", ect. Simirlar to other slang terms such as "mad" <that lady we just past in the store had some mad curves>
I got some wicked high air going off that jump on the ski slope.
A word used in all of New England, orginating in the Boston area meaning very or to show stress. Used as an Adverb mostly.
He is wicked hot.
I'm going to pahk my cah in Havahd yahd cause im from boston and im wicked cool like that.
really; a lot (of New England origins)
synonymous to 'hecka' from California
That party was wicked cool.
A word that originally came from the English underground
. Used in the same way as a person from the Northeast United States to give more expression than the words very or cool.
That's a wicked dj, mate!
A brand of alcohol sold in Europe that will get you drunk very fast...has yet to reach mainstream America. Highly recommended if you find yourself over in Europe in the pub.
"That Wicked was damn good. Give me another."
awesome; in great quantity
That was a wicked pisser.
That band was wicked cool.
A slang term for emphasizing derived from the salem witch trial in Massachusetts. Wicked can be placed in two different places in the sentance and still make sense. It may be used in place of really and used the same way. It's usage is extremely common to rare depending on where in New England you are.
Note: It is an entirely different word from the UK slang term "Wicked" which is used in place of "Cool" or other similar words. They are not used the same so therefore they must be different words.
These fries are really great!
"These fries are wicked great!"
It's really snowing out.
"It's snowing out wicked."