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1. Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0
OK, abhorrent, abominable, abomination, ace-high, ailing, alarming, amiss, apocalyptic, arrant, atrocious, atrocity, bad for, bad-smelling, badly, baleful, bane, baneful, bang-up, barfy, base, befoulment, below par, black, blamable, blameworthy, blight, blue, bodeful, boding, bonzer, boss, brackish, bully, bum, but good, cankered, careless, carious, castrated, cloying, contaminated, cool, corking, corrupt, corruption, crackerjack, crappy, crestfallen, criminal, crippled, critical, critically ill, crying evil, damage, damaging, damnable, dandy, dangerous, dangersome, dark, decayed, decomposed, defective, deficient, defilement, dejected, deleterious, delicious, depressed, despaired of, despoliation, destruction, detriment, detrimental, dire, disabled, disagreeable, disconsolate, diseased, disgrace, disgraceful, disgusting, disordered, disorderly, dispirited, displeasing, disruptive, dissatisfactory, distasteful, distressing, done for, doomful, down, downhearted, dreary, ducky, dying, emasculated, error, evil, evil-starred, evilly, execrable, expiring, explosive, fab, facing death, faint, faintish, fateful, fecal, feeling awful, feeling faint, feeling something terrible, festering, fetid, fine and dandy, flagitious, flagrant, foreboding, foul, fraught with danger, froward, frowsty, frowy, frowzy, fulsome, funky, fusty, futile, game, gamy, gangrened, gangrenous, gear, given up, gloomy, going, gone bad, graceless, graveolent, great, grievance, groovy, halt, halting, hamstrung, handicapped, harm, harmful, hateful, havoc, heavy, heinous, high, hobbling, hopeless, hot, hunky-dory, hurt, hurtful, icky, ill, ill-advised, ill-behaved, ill-boding, ill-considered, ill-fated, ill-omened, ill-smelling, ill-starred, ill-suited, ill-timed, immoral, impolitic, improper, in articulo mortis, in danger, in extremis, inaccurate, inadequate, inadmissible, inadvisable, inappropriate, inapt, inauspicious, incapable of life, incapacitated, incongruous, indecorous, indisposed, inept, inexpedient, infamous, infamy, infected, infection, infelicitous, inferior, iniquitous, iniquity, injurious, injury, inopportune, insalubrious, insanitary, insufferable, intolerable, invalid, jam-up, jeopardous, just dandy, keen, knavery, knavish, laid low, lame, limping, loathsome, lousy, low, lowering, maggoty, maimed, mal a propos, malapropos, malevolent, malodorous, marvy, mawkish, mean, menacing, mephitic, miasmal, miasmic, mildewed, mildewy, misbehaving, mischief, mischievous, miserable, moldy, monstrous, morbid, morbific, moribund, mortally ill, mortified, moth-eaten, musty, nasty, naughty, nauseant, nauseating, nauseous, near death, neat, necrosed, necrotic, nefarious, nidorous, nifty, nobby, noisome, nonviable, not quite right, not respectable, noxious, null and void, objectionable, obliquity, obnoxious, odorous, of evil portent, off, off-base, off-color, offensive, okay, olid, ominous, out of place, out of sight, out of sorts, out-of-line, outrage, overripe, parlous, pathogenic, pathological, paw, peachy, peachy-keen, peccancy, peccant, periculous, perilous, perverse, pestiferous, poison, poisoned, poisonous, polluted, pollution, poor, portending, portentous, punk, putrefied, putrescent, putrid, rancid, rank, reasty, reasy, rebarbative, reechy, reeking, reeky, reprehensible, reprobacy, reprobate, repulsive, ripping, rocky, rotten, rotting, rough, rowdy, rowdyish, ruffianly, rum, scandal, scandalous, scrumptious, seedy, septic, serious, shame, shameful, sick, sick unto death, sickening, sickish, sin, sinful, sinister, sinking, slap-up, slipping, slipping away, slipshod, smashing, smellful, smelling, smelly, solid, somber, something else, sour, spavined, sphacelated, spiffing, spiffy, spoiled, stale, stenchy, sticky, stinking, strong, stuffy, stunning, sulfurous, suppurating, suppurative, swell, tainted, taken ill, terminal, thankless, the worst, threatening, tough, toxin, turned, ugly, ulcerated, ulcerous, unacceptable, unbefitting, unbehaving, under the weather, undesirable, uneasy, unfavorable, unfit, unfitting, unforgivable, unfortunate, ungracious, ungrateful, unhandsome, unhappy, unhealthful, unhealthy, unhygienic, unkind, unlucky, unmeet, unpardonable, unpleasant, unprofitable, unpromising, unpropitious, unruly, unsanitary, unsatisfactory, unseasonable, unseemly, unskillful, unsound, unspeakable, unsuitable, untimely, untoward, unwell, unwholesome, unwise, unworthy, venom, vexation, vicious, vile, villainous, villainy, void, vomity, weevily, wicked, wizard, woe, woebegone, worm-eaten, wretched, wrong, wrongly, yucky
Dictionary Results for bad:
1. WordNet® 3.0 (2006)
bad
    adv 1: with great intensity (`bad' is a nonstandard variant for
           `badly'); "the injury hurt badly"; "the buildings were
           badly shaken"; "it hurts bad"; "we need water bad" [syn:
           badly, bad]
    2: very much; strongly; "I wanted it badly enough to work hard
       for it"; "the cables had sagged badly"; "they were badly in
       need of help"; "he wants a bicycle so bad he can taste it"
       [syn: badly, bad]
    adj 1: having undesirable or negative qualities; "a bad report
           card"; "his sloppy appearance made a bad impression"; "a
           bad little boy"; "clothes in bad shape"; "a bad cut";
           "bad luck"; "the news was very bad"; "the reviews were
           bad"; "the pay is bad"; "it was a bad light for reading";
           "the movie was a bad choice" [ant: good]
    2: very intense; "a bad headache"; "in a big rage"; "had a big
       (or bad) shock"; "a bad earthquake"; "a bad storm" [syn:
       bad, big]
    3: feeling physical discomfort or pain (`tough' is occasionally
       used colloquially for `bad'); "my throat feels bad"; "she
       felt bad all over"; "he was feeling tough after a restless
       night" [syn: bad, tough]
    4: (of foodstuffs) not in an edible or usable condition; "bad
       meat"; "a refrigerator full of spoilt food" [syn: bad,
       spoiled, spoilt]
    5: feeling or expressing regret or sorrow or a sense of loss
       over something done or undone; "felt regretful over his
       vanished youth"; "regretful over mistakes she had made"; "he
       felt bad about breaking the vase" [syn: regretful, sorry,
       bad] [ant: unregretful, unregretting]
    6: not capable of being collected; "a bad (or uncollectible)
       debt" [syn: bad, uncollectible]
    7: below average in quality or performance; "a bad chess
       player"; "a bad recital"
    8: nonstandard; "so-called bad grammar"
    9: not financially safe or secure; "a bad investment"; "high
       risk investments"; "anything that promises to pay too much
       can't help being risky"; "speculative business enterprises"
       [syn: bad, risky, high-risk, speculative]
    10: physically unsound or diseased; "has a bad back"; "a bad
        heart"; "bad teeth"; "an unsound limb"; "unsound teeth"
        [syn: bad, unfit, unsound]
    11: capable of harming; "bad air"; "smoking is bad for you"
    12: characterized by wickedness or immorality; "led a very bad
        life"
    13: reproduced fraudulently; "like a bad penny..."; "a forged
        twenty dollar bill" [syn: bad, forged]
    14: not working properly; "a bad telephone connection"; "a
        defective appliance" [syn: bad, defective]
    n 1: that which is below standard or expectations as of ethics
         or decency; "take the bad with the good" [syn: bad,
         badness] [ant: good, goodness]

2. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Bad \Bad\ (b[a^]d), a. [Compar. Worse (w[^u]s); superl.
   Worst (w[^u]st).] [Probably fr. AS. b[ae]ddel
   hermaphrodite; cf. b[ae]dling effeminate fellow.]
   Wanting good qualities, whether physical or moral; injurious,
   hurtful, inconvenient, offensive, painful, unfavorable, or
   defective, either physically or morally; evil; vicious;
   wicked; -- the opposite of good; as, a bad man; bad
   conduct; bad habits; bad soil; bad air; bad health; a bad
   crop; bad news.

   Note: Sometimes used substantively.
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               The strong antipathy of good to bad. --Pope.
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   Syn: Pernicious; deleterious; noxious; baneful; injurious;
        hurtful; evil; vile; wretched; corrupt; wicked; vicious;
        imperfect.
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3. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Bad \Bad\ (b[a^]d), imp. of Bid.
   Bade. [Obs.] --Dryden.
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4. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Bid \Bid\ (b[i^]d), v. t. [imp. Bade (b[a^]d), Bid, (Obs.)
   Bad; p. p. Bidden, Bid; p. pr. & vb. n. Bidding.]
   [OE. bidden, prop to ask, beg, AS. biddan; akin to OS.
   biddian, Icel. bi[eth]ja, OHG. bittan, G. bitten, to pray,
   ask, request, and E. bead, also perh. to Gr. teiqein to
   persuade, L. fidere to trust, E. faith, and bide. But this
   word was early confused with OE. beden, beoden, AS.
   be['o]dan, to offer, command; akin to Icel. bj[=o][eth]a,
   Goth. biudan (in comp.), OHG. biotan to command, bid, G.
   bieten, D. bieden, to offer, also to Gr. pynqa`nesqai to
   learn by inquiry, Skr. budh to be awake, to heed, present
   OSlav. bud[=e]ti to be awake, E. bode, v. The word now has
   the form of OE. bidden to ask, but the meaning of OE. beden
   to command, except in "to bid beads." [root]30.]
   [1913 Webster]
   1. To make an offer of; to propose. Specifically : To offer
      to pay ( a certain price, as for a thing put up at
      auction), or to take (a certain price, as for work to be
      done under a contract).
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   2. To offer in words; to declare, as a wish, a greeting, a
      threat, or defiance, etc.; as, to bid one welcome; to bid
      good morning, farewell, etc.
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            Neither bid him God speed.            --2. John 10.
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            He bids defiance to the gaping crowd. --Granrille.
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   3. To proclaim; to declare publicly; to make known. [Mostly
      obs.] "Our banns thrice bid !" --Gay.
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   4. To order; to direct; to enjoin; to command.
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            That Power who bids the ocean ebb and flow. --Pope
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            Lord, if it be thou, bid me come unto thee. --Matt.
                                                  xiv. 28
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            I was bid to pick up shells.          --D. Jerrold.
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   5. To invite; to call in; to request to come.
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            As many as ye shall find, bid to the marriage.
                                                  --Matt. xxii.
                                                  9
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   To bid beads, to pray with beads, as the Roman Catholics;
      to distinguish each bead by a prayer. [Obs.]

   To bid defiance to, to defy openly; to brave.

   To bid fair, to offer a good prospect; to make fair
      promise; to seem likely.
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   Syn: To offer; proffer; tender; propose; order; command;
        direct; charge; enjoin.
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5. V.E.R.A. -- Virtual Entity of Relevant Acronyms (February 2016)
BAD
       Broken As Designed (slang)
       

6. The Jargon File (version 4.4.7, 29 Dec 2003)
BAD
 /B?A?D/, adj.

    [IBM: acronym, ?Broken As Designed?] Said of a program that is bogus
    because of bad design and misfeatures rather than because of bugginess. See
    working as designed.


7. The Free On-line Dictionary of Computing (30 December 2018)
BAD

   /B-A-D/ Broken As Designed, a play on "working as designed",
   from IBM.  Failing because of bad design and misfeatures
   rather than because of bugs.

   [Jargon File]

   (2002-04-14)


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