skanky
adjective (skankier; -est) Etymology: origin unknown Date: 1982 1. slang repugnantly filthy or squalid 2. slang of low or sleazy character

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  • skanky — ☆ skanky [skaŋ′kē ] adj. 〚< ?〛 Slang sleazy, offensive, disreputable, etc. in appearance or character * * * See skank. * * * …   Universalium

  • skanky — (adj.) ugly, unattractive (originally of women), by 1965, U.S. Black slang; see SKANK (Cf. skank) …   Etymology dictionary

  • skanky — ☆ skanky [skaŋ′kē ] adj. [< ?] Slang sleazy, offensive, disreputable, etc. in appearance or character …   English World dictionary

  • skanky — [“skaerjki] mod. ugly; repellent, usually said of a woman. (Collegiate.) □ She is so skanky! That grody hairdo doesn’t help either. □ What’s wrong with being a little skanky? It’s what you can do with your brain that counts. □ She’s skanky,… …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • skanky — adj Ugly, nasty. She is a little bit skanky but nothing you can t deal with. 1970s …   Historical dictionary of American slang

  • skanky — Smelly, bad, or ugly. These sheets are starting to get skanky. Guess I better change em since it s been 3 months now …   Dictionary of american slang

  • skanky — Smelly, bad, or ugly. These sheets are starting to get skanky. Guess I better change em since it s been 3 months now …   Dictionary of american slang

  • skanky — /ˈskæŋki/ (say skangkee) adjective Colloquial dirty; unattractive: a skanky ho. {derived from skank1} …   Australian English dictionary

  • skanky — adjective /ˈskæŋ.ki/ in the manner of a skank (disreputable woman) …   Wiktionary

  • skanky — adjective (skankier, skankiest) informal, chiefly N. Amer. very unpleasant …   English new terms dictionary

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