wicked

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wicked

Drug slang
noun A regional term for potent heroin.
 
Vox populi
adjective Great; decadently wonderful.
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References in classic literature ?
As they were entering it, the wicked one, who is the author of all mischief, and the boys who are wickeder than the wicked one, contrived that a couple of these audacious irrepressible urchins should force their way through the crowd, and lifting up, one of them Dapple's tail and the other Rocinante's, insert a bunch of furze under each.
" 'What is the matter, good woman?' asks the short one, for it was the shorter one and the wickeder of the two who was dogging her.
He was a well-bred man, and a perfect gentleman in his manners; but, on the whole, I think he was wickeder than my father, who, after all, was caught in the wheels of a vicious system, and had either to spoil others or be spoiled by them.
I do not say that I was so wholly pleased with it as he thought I was, for I own much wickeder than he, as you shall hear presently.