And now one of the nastiest men in Russia, Maxim Martsinkevich, has been sentenced to five years in prison.
The Daily Beast looks at the court file and finds one of the nastiest he-said-she-said cases in the history of celebrity splits.
What was perhaps the most troubling to Faherty and others was that many of the nastiest comments came from women themselves.
A Dutch magazine used a combination of two of the nastiest words you can call any black woman to describe Rihanna.
The spit ball is the nastiest thing to hit that ever was invented.
“One of the nastiest pieces of water in the world,” he concurred.
He seems to me to be heading straight for the nastiest kind of fall.
We were going up the river, and it was one of the nastiest nights I ever saw.
Nan had become cool and sarcastic—her nastiest, most dangerous manner.
His fourth, the nastiest of shooters, glided under the bat into the wicket.
c.1400, "foul, filthy, dirty, unclean," of unknown origin; perhaps [Barnhart] from Old French nastre "miserly, envious, malicious, spiteful," shortened form of villenastre "infamous, bad," from vilein "villain" + -astre, pejorative suffix, from Latin -aster.
Alternative etymology [OED] is from Dutch nestig "dirty," literally "like a bird's nest." Likely reinforced in either case by a Scandinavian source (cf. Swedish dialectal naskug "dirty, nasty"), which also might be the source of the Middle English word. Of weather, from 1630s; of things generally, "unpleasant, offensive," from 1705. Of people, "ill-tempered," from 1825. Noun meaning "something nasty" is from 1935. Related: Nastily; nastiness.
Good; stylish; admirable (1834+)