adjective, junk·i·er, junk·i·est.
Origin of junky1
noun, plural junk·ies.
Origin of junky2
Origin of junkie
Examples from the Web for junky
More than anything else, Junky reads like a field guide to the American underworld.
Junky—as his novel is now known—combines all these interests.
An economy undermined by junky debt (Greek, rather than subprime) that threatened to prove contagious.
Come on down, Junky, I won't be mad at you—if you follow directions.The Velvet Glove|Harry Harrison
Fattening your dividends by sending our boys up against the Prussian guns in junky motor-tanks covered with tin armor!The House of Torchy|Sewell Ford