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skank

and scank (skæŋk)
1. n. an ugly (young) woman. (Collegiate.) What a skank she is! Give her a comb or something.
2. in. to appear ugly. Both sisters skank. Must be hereditary.
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The fact that my ex is shagging some skank is winding me up no end.
I think he knows that if I were to know for a fact that heCOs sleeping with some skank, ICOd never, ever, EVER sleep with him again.
Still, when No Doubt gets it right, ``Rock Steady'' skanks along in the right direction.
A WEEK tomorrow at The Spencer Club, Albany Road, Earlsdon, The Swerve, Voodoo Kings and Army Of Skanks play a tribute gig to the life of former Beer Engine landlord Ian McCallister, much loved and sadly missed by the Coventry 'musical circle'.
The Dubs' unpretentious brand of good-time music features down-beat rhythms and up-tempo skanks.