Anyhow, we went wrong; and it is a baddish place to go wrong, I can tell you, is the Mozambique Channel.
"It's a baddish business," he added, when the butler had gone.
The baddish boy entered, took up a position and remained apparently passive, hands in pockets.
To-day is cold and foggy, like a baddish day in June with you; no colder, if so cold.
Yes, colonel, what there is left of them; they certainly had a baddish twelve hours of it.
July begins unpleasantly with us, cold and showery, but it is often a baddish month.
The baddish boy chuckled, and addressed himself to the nice brown steaks with their rich gravy.
Well, we were in a baddish way before he came, I own; but this new crotchet of his is past a joke.
A baddish wrench parting from de Robeck and Keyes with whom I have been close friends for so long.
Archbishop thereupon gives absolution of his sins; Archbishop does,—a baddish, unlikely kind of man, as August well knows.