Origin of baddish
Examples from the Web for baddish
The baddish boy had obtained them in his sister's name and at her expense, at the flesher's, and claimed credit for his affection.
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.Tom Brown's School Days|Thomas Hughes
A baddish wrench parting from de Robeck and Keyes with whom I have been close friends for so long.Gallipoli Diary, Volume 2|Ian Hamilton
Archbishop thereupon gives absolution of his sins; Archbishop does,—a baddish, unlikely kind of man, as August well knows.History of Friedrich II. of Prussia, Vol. IX. (of XXI.)|Thomas Carlyle