janky

janky

n. messed up; bad; inferior. Sorry that my room is so janky.
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Or like Steph Curry, describe the Raptors' surprise box-and-1 defense as janky, far different from wonky.
It's a fun, kitschy way of immersing you in HG Wells' world, and helps to explain the slightly janky CGI that makes up a good chunk of the production.
And Curry called it "janky" without even being sure what it meant, saying he hadn't seen it since college days.
| The last word: A senseless exercise in outdated design and janky combat.
2/10 Skip to the end: A senseless exercise in outdated design and janky combat.
At one point, she politely but forcefully communicates to her team that she's not getting what she wants -- it's "janky" and "not translating," she says, bluntly.
(27.) Kadhel P, Schuster C, Grossat N, Janky E, Ghassani A.
As in, "We're sorry, sir, very sorry, but you have an advanced stage of Maxvanera in your janky penis."
they built this skatepark with a huge, janky capsule bowl.
(Del Percio et al., 2007) Janky et al (2018) found that patients with vestibular loss exhibit low gain results in vHIT.
"We all have been working on location-based marketing, triggers and beacons [but] without the speed and bandwidth that 5G gives us, all of that was kind of janky," he said.
The end result is total nightmare fuel drawn with some janky animation that makes the whole thing hard to watch."
[10.] Zuniga MG, Janky KL, Nguyen KD, Welgampola MS, Carey JP.
[8.] Honaker JA, Janky KL, Patterson JN, Shepard NT.