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stinky

slang Nasty; contemptible; mean-spirited. Typically used of or by children. That was a pretty stinky thing to do, Tom. What a dirty, stinky trick!

stinky

mod. bad. You have a very stinky attitude. Really stinky.
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Only Benjamin knows that Stinky can talk and he begins to use his hamster's unique talent to cheat on his homework.
Everyone has been turned to stone and it is up to Sir Charlie Stinky Socks to use his mighty power and turn them back again.
This is the second wine shop opened by Patrick Watson, co-owner of The JakeWalk, Stinky Brooklyn, and Smith & Vine--all of which have become mainstays of the neighborhood.
Will Europe allow us to integrate with stinky fish, tainted drumsticks, and fake low calorie bread, Stevkovska wonders.
While sitting there in pain, I started thinking about past bow seasons and about Old Stinky, my hunting cap from 40 years before.
They go into Stinkville and they find out that it really is stinky.
Former second-grade teacher Jon Scieszka--author of the popular Time Warp Trio series and The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales--will help the Library of Congress encourage students to read more.
Whether you're a fan of Cheddar or something more stinky you'll find something to tickle your tastebuds.
When Pirrung and Ghorai tested the compounds in reactions, they found that the new versions worked as well as or better than the stinky isonitriles.
Stinky the cat was modelling one in a glossy magazine the other day and he looked very fetching indeed.
It's a reminder of trying to escape hot days by crawling through dirty and stinky bars, sweat competing with the AC.
We candle at seven and 14 days and still occasionally get a stinky egg.
I take the stinky, oily mess to my garage, and then I turn it into biodiesel.