badder

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

.

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.

Badder vs Bidder - What's the difference?

badder | bidder |


As an adjective badder

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

As a noun bidder is

someone who bids, eg at an auction.

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