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scuzzy

1. Dirty, nasty, or grimy. Between the scuzzy sink and the smelly sheets, this has to be the most disgusting hotel room I've ever stayed in. We were all pretty scuzzy by the end of our camping trip.
2. Contemptible, despicable, sleazy, or disreputable. I don't want some scuzzy politician dictating how to live my life! It just seems like kind of a scuzzy thing to do to our longtime customers.

scuzzy

(ˈskəzi)
mod. repellent; unkempt. His clothes are always so scuzzy. He probably keeps them in a pile in his room.
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Unsettling scuzzy rock that's got a dark underground feel and doesn't sound like it's due to come into the light anytime soon.
DIRTY SWEET American Spiritual (Acetate Records) SAN Diego rabble rousers Dirty Sweet live up to their name with a lowdown and dirty set of sweet scuzzy rock and roll, somewhere on the colour palette between Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and White Stripes.
Free Energy's angle is straight-ahead-Dazed and Confused-style careening '70s guitars, minus the scuzzy druggy reverb-classic rock cut with the occasional synth flourish.
Throw in scuzzy university digs in Cardiff, grand lettings for a postgrad thingie in Newcastle, en-suite room in a shared house in The Place From Hell (London to you and me), my first owned flat in Cardiff with a sexuallycharged fella upstairs (never, ever have polystyrene ceiling tiles), and my most recent mortgage albatross just outside Ystrad Mynach and I don't think anyone could argue that I haven't been about a bit.
In late November last year, the band travelled to Leeds to record with Tom Woodhead from Forward Russia, the result being A Fire Born in Dallas, a soaring anthemic song, laden with the signature scuzzy guitar riffs and knifeedge vocals that ESTLCF are well known for.
Ballad Jim Jones does a good line in scuzzy Jesus and Mary Chain-esque modern-balladeering, while Coc Roc grooves its way through one's loudspeakers with a rap from Swci and pair of hooks that justify its none-too-subtle title.
When she gets home to meet a guy who's not quite her boyfriend -- he's scuzzy, but probably not quite scuzzy enough -- she finds his ear in an ashtray (so that's why the director took all those plot-device shots of his ostentatious earring) and a note on a bloody napkin demanding the car back.
Their scuzzy garage stomp and pared down rock'n'roll is delightfully raucous and packed with hooks.
The storage access layer consists of the interconnects - scuzzy cable, fiber channel, Escom - and the storage area network (SAN), products such as the firm's StorageNet series.
In fact it's a tour to promote two albums, the other being The Scuzzy Inputs Of Willie Weird - his alter ego.
It's a great music story and thankfully the music behind it is equally interesting - lo-fi scuzzy blues punk that licks the dirt from the underside of a disused mattress.
Through a smattering of EPs they have injected their scuzzy pop with a glossy pulp fiction magazine breed of bratty punk.
Although it won't have ands in stitches at every turn, Irish comic horror pic "Stitches" gets decent mileage out of a scuzzy clown who returns from the dead and sets about getting the last laugh on the rotten kids responsible for sending him to an early grave.