stinker


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stinker

1. n. an unpleasant or wicked person. Jerry is a real stinker. Look what he did!
2. n. a serious problem. This whole business is a real stinker.
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Among the past Oscar winners in the running for Razzies, Stinkers or, God forbid, both: Julia Roberts (``Mona Lisa Smile''), Halle Berry (``Gothika''), Angelina Jolie (``Beyond Borders'' and ``Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life''), Cuba Gooding Jr.
They are frontrunners in the Golden Raspberry and Bad Cinema Stinkers line-ups.
FOLLOWING Sir Rembrandt didn't do us many favours last term and he looks the sort of horse who will always throw in a stinker between top runs.
Oregon State's starring role on college football's A-list was a box-office stinker last fall.
The prospect of a tight match has led Sporting to price up total games fairly high, but both these players are so inconsistent there has to be a decent chance one of them will throw in a stinker.
The story is what we call in the business A STINKER.
At every turn, the state politicians have used smoke, mirrors and various kinds of accounting gimmicks to make the budget smell as sweet as possible - and now their stinker is catching up with them.
WHEN it comes to picking films, Rhys Ifans has a nose for a stinker.
However, he ran a stinker the only time he tried Fibresand in the past and the ability to handle the surface is paramount round here.
ROTHERHAM star Michael Proctor sealed Rotherham's safety with a cheeky chip from the penalty spot five minutes from time to leave Burnley boss Stan Ternent raging at his side's stinker of a performance.
Our Founding Fathers wanted separation from Great Britain because King George III was a real stinker.
It could explain why 42 per cent of Scots have had to move seats on a bus or train to escape a real stinker at one time or another.
Hedgehunter, a stingy 3-1 with Ladbrokes, has a terrible strike rate, Bindaree pays a return as often as the average lottery ticket while Take Control ran a stinker in this last year.
There is no question Phil Parkinson was one of the most talked about young managers in the game when he took Colchester up to the Championship, but he has had a stinker at Hull.
STINKER Gazza gives an honest assessment of his latest bid to make a comeback in the Premiership.