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junky

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[juhng-kee]
adjective, junk·i·er, junk·i·est.
  1. of the nature of junk; trashy.
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Origin of junky

1
First recorded in 1945–50; junk1 + -y2
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Related Words for junkier

poor, dreadful, atrocious, cheap, unacceptable, sad, lousy, crummy, awful, rough, run-down, shabby, inferior, shameful, tacky, sleazy, vulgar, tawdry, distressing, unsuitable

Word Origin and History for junkier

junky

adj.

"run-down, seedy, trashy," 1876, from junk (n.1) + -y (2).

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