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crummy

and crumby (ˈkrəmi)
mod. lousy; bad; inferior. (See comments at crumb.) You know, this stuff is pretty crummy.
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But Insider assumes she means her effort was crummy not our lilting, lyrical lingo.
gt;What: Comedy about drudges with crummy lives, jobs and relationships.
The heroism of our military and the good things they accomplish in a crummy situation seems not to be newsworthy in those formats.
Lame sitcoms and crummy panel shows dominate the schedules.
Forget having to get your own beers from the kitchen and nibbling on crummy crisps, the staff at 62 Castle Street can cater for your every need so you won't miss a second of the action.
At Mick's inner-city school, crummy used textbooks are a hot-button issue; across the San Francisco Bay, candidates promise better flavors of Jamba Juice in the cafeteria.
On a whim, they patented their crummy drawings for when the band made it big.
If students consistently struggle with the notes and rhythms of their repertoire to the extent that they're often out of position, tense and making bad sounds (even though they may be getting the notes), then they develop habits of bad position, tension and crummy sounds.
Penni states that "we got crummy mat leave (most women don't qualify).
Meanwhile, Eileen Crummy was named director of the Division of Youth and Family Services, and Arburta Jones was named director of central operations for the Office of Children's Services.
Well, crummy Kyle - ITV's monstrous morning motormouth - delivers a dismal guttertrawling show that you might call a daymare.
It's a crummy way to treat your taxpaying, law-abiding citizens.
For years, Amtrak has been a national embarrassment: undependable service, surly employees, spiraling over-head, truly crummy coffee.
Why stay in a crummy B&B eating out of a freezer when you can get a week's guaranteed sunshine for under pounds 100?