- a Broadway musical which serves as a backstory behind the relationship between the Wicked Witches, the Wizard of Oz, and Glinda the Good Witch.
2. wicked (wick-ed, adj.)
a) word used to describe something as being evil or nasty, as in "the wicked witch eats children for breakfast".
b) New England slang used to describe something that is devilishly awsome, very cool, extreme, or clever.
That was a wicked roller-coasted ride!
Your new hairstyle is totally wicked!
To describe how great something is: "This car is wicked cool!"
To show aggravation: "This fucking guy is a wicked asshole!"
To show frustration: "That guy is wicked slow!"
To show amazement: "Wow, that game is wicked awesome!"
To describe a person: "She's a wicked bitch!"
To describe the weather: "Man, it's wicked hot out here!"
To emphasize feelings: "That story made me wicked sad!"
To exaggerate your point: "That took a wicked long time!"
Definition: very, really, so, totally.
*Note: to properly use 'wicked' there must be a adjective placed after it. 'That party was wicked' is not correct.*
this word started in Boston Mass, and made its way throughout new england, i said it a lot, and i recently moved to florida and got made fun of...a wicked lot
-That test was wicked hard
-Adam is wicked gay
-I have a wicked big penis
-That pizza was wicked awesome
-That game was wicked cool
-The Red Sox are wicked good
-The Patriots are wicked good
NOT "OH MAN THAT WAS WICKED", THAT WAS IN SOME OF THE DEFINITONS, BUT THAT ISNT HOW IT IS USED. yOU HAVE TO HAVE AN ADJECTIVE AFTER IT LIKE "OH MAN THAT WAS WICKED FUN."