badder

Badder vs Batter - What's the difference?

badder | batter |


As an adjective badder

is (nonstandard|or|obsolete) (bad); worse.

As a verb batter is

to hit or strike violently and repeatedly or batter can be (architecture) to slope (of walls, buildings etc).

As a noun batter is

a beaten mixture of flour and liquid (usually egg and milk), used for baking (eg pancakes, cake, or yorkshire pudding) or to coat food (eg fish) prior to frying or batter can be an incline on the outer face of a built wall or batter can be (baseball) the player attempting to hit the ball with a bat.

Goodest vs Badder - What's the difference?

goodest | badder |


As adjectives the difference between goodest and badder

is that goodest is (nonstandard|humorous) (good) while badder is (nonstandard|or|obsolete) (bad); worse.

Badder - What does it mean?

badder | |

Wikidiffcom vs Badder - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | badder |


As an adjective badder is

(nonstandard|or|obsolete) (bad); worse.

Badder vs Kadder - What's the difference?

badder | kadder |


As an adjective badder

is (nonstandard|or|obsolete) (bad); worse.

As a noun kadder is

(dialect) the jackdaw.

Badder vs Sadder - What's the difference?

badder | sadder |


As adjectives the difference between badder and sadder

is that badder is (nonstandard|or|obsolete) (bad); worse while sadder is (sad).

Badder vs Bander - What's the difference?

badder | bander |


As an adjective badder

is (nonstandard|or|obsolete) (bad); worse.

As a noun bander is

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Badded vs Badder - What's the difference?

badded | badder |


As a verb badded

is (bad).

As an adjective badder is

(nonstandard|or|obsolete) (bad); worse.

Bedder vs Badder - What's the difference?

bedder | badder |


As a noun bedder

is agent noun of bed; one who beds.

As an adjective badder is

(nonstandard|or|obsolete) (bad); worse.

Bodder vs Badder - What's the difference?

bodder | badder |


As a verb bodder

is .

As a noun bodder

is .

As an adjective badder is

(nonstandard|or|obsolete) (bad); worse.

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