word that new englanders, such as myself, use instead of really or super. used in my personal favorite phrase, wicked awesome, which i say way to much.
by Rusty April 23, 2004
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what cool northerners tend to say when they want to really express something--another way of saying really or very
Dude that was wicked awesome!!!
by Nicole February 21, 2004
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means very or really
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 girl was wicked hot
-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."
by Kevin September 19, 2004
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One of the greatest Broadway musicals of all time. But unfortunatly it is so popular that every single poser broadway fan sings to the point that you want to smash your soundtrack and burn your poster.
They're playing that song again? That's totally wicked!
by Mushee September 25, 2005
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Broadway play at the Gershwin theatre. the wizard of oz through the eyes of the witch herself- miss. elphaba.
go see the play Wicked at the gershwin theatre- its really wicked... bad joke.
by Fae December 19, 2004
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Comes from New England mostly around Boston.

meaning: very, cool

*Dont say it if your not from New England b/c you'll sound like a dumbass and people will make fun of you.
by anonymous March 7, 2004
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Adverb. Severe and distressing; used as an intensive: very, in a high degree; extremely: truly; absolutely: totally.

Used to express awe. Awesome.
That guy is a wicked shitlicker. I am wicked happy. That was wicked admirable. I have a wicked boner.

Wicked!

From an Old Bostonian and a Middle English, an alteration of wicke, ultimately from Old English wicca, sorcerer. See witch.
by nick May 6, 2005
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