cruddy

[kruhd-ee]

adjective, crud·di·er, crud·di·est. Slang.

covered, encrusted, or saturated with dirt, grease, or other objectionable substance; filthy: It gets the cruddiest work clothes clean.
worthless or useless; inferior in quality; lousy: a cruddy, broken-down car.
extremely disagreeable in character; nasty; contemptible; low-down: Keep your cruddy remarks to yourself.

Origin of cruddy

First recorded in 1945–50; crud + -y1
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Examples from the Web for cruddy

Historical Examples of cruddy

  • Fresh sweet milk curd and fresh butter are pressed together as in making Crowdie or Cruddy butter in Scotland.

    The Complete Book of Cheese

    Robert Carlton Brown



British Dictionary definitions for cruddy

cruddy

adjective cruddier or cruddiest slang

dirty or unpleasant
of poor quality; contemptible
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