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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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(I can't take seeing these children in a stinky place like this.)
(You should go back to your homes because you are already stinky here.)
He told the jury: 'When Mr Stickland went back to his usual haunts soon after this was published, people laughed at him and called him Stinky.
The water tank has not been cleaned for long time and stinky water is being supplied to the hostel.
A stinky tramp called Pete Doherty is then discovered under a pile of clothes in the panto at the Tabernacle.
Stinky Feet, Jim Cosgrove has become one of the country's most popular children's music composers and performers of our day.
STINKY underwear could soon be consigned to the laundry-bin of history thanks to the invention of "pong-proof pants".
Stinky feet are rife in Wales, with a new survey revealing we have the second worst foot odour in the UK.
It's a no-brainer to figure out that smoking cigarettes cause stinky breath.
Tadpoles have a stinky way of warning each other to hunker down when a predator looms, according to a new study.
Welcome to the crystal den extraordinaire: an ugly, poorly lit, rather large box of a place with a pool table, a bar (although the tweakers are all drinking water), a stinky bathroom, and a throbbing techno sound track.
From a stinky princess to a boy's faith in an angel, THE ONE RIGHT THING offers up fun, absorbing tales recommended not just for adults but for advanced fantasy readers at the middle to high school grades.
It was found by a dog walker on Poll Na Crann beach - known locally as Stinky Bay - near Griminish, west Benbecula.
They help pollinate (fertilize) the flowers, which in turn produce seeds for more stinky plants.
From a Stinky Feet Experiment to Worm Day, events are hilariously told in this fine story for younger readers in grades 2-4 seeking something different in easy books.