- foul smelling; stinking.
- Informal. mean-spirited; nasty.
Origin of stinky
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Examples from the Web for stinky
If the IDF makes good on plans to export the product, prepare for stinky urban centers.High-Tech Anti-Riot Gear
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Rejoice, Ladies, because Tyra has a stinky confession to make.Adios, Tyra! Her 14 Most Outrageous Moments
Sujay Kumar, The Daily Beast Video
May 27, 2010
Runway host Tim Gunn, however, is in hot, stinky New York City.Runway vs. Housewives
August 19, 2009
I mean with Stinky all the time bothering us and laughing at us.
The boy who had been known as "Stinky" in their days at Annapolis was boss of a battle wagon.The Lost Warship
Robert Moore Williams
I mean it sounds like two people agreeing, only Stinky keeps going suuure, like that, you know?
You as beautiful as the sun, moon and stars—and as stinky as seferal apothecary shops.
Course, I didn't need to worry, because Stinky told them all right, just like a tattletale.
- having a foul smell
- informal unpleasant or disgusting
- informal of poor quality; contemptible
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Word Origin and History for stinky
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