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cruddy

[ kruhd-ee ]
/ ˈkrʌd i /
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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.
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Origin of cruddy

First recorded in 1945–50; crud + -y1
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British Dictionary definitions for cruddy

cruddy
/ (ˈkrʌdɪ) /

adjective cruddier or cruddiest slang
dirty or unpleasant
of poor quality; contemptible
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