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a villainous or criminal person.
Contemporary Examples

It was grand, loud, had delicious swagger, guns, sheriffs, goodies and baddies, and was adapted from a Cormac McCarthy novel.
Why No Oscar Love For ‘Inside Llewyn Davis’? Tim Teeman January 19, 2014

And the baddies, who light up, regenerate body parts, and occasionally overheat and explode, are pretty silly.
‘Iron Man 3,’ Starring Robert Downey Jr., Is Loud, Quippy, Ridiculous Fun Marlow Stern April 30, 2013

noun (pl) -dies
a bad character in a story, film, etc, esp an opponent of the hero

“bad man,” 1937, from bad + -y (3).


Someone or something that is bad, esp a movie, television, or sports villain
A criminal or other habitually reprehensible person; bad man (1930s+ Motion pictures)


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