OTHER WORDS FOR nasty
Origin of nasty
OTHER WORDS FROM nastynas·ti·ly, adverbnas·ti·ness, noun
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How to use nasty in a sentence
There are growing concerns that a nasty second wave of infections could be a knockout blow for the economy.As COVID spreads across Europe, a weary continent goes back into lockdown|David Meyer|November 7, 2020|Fortune
Now, it’s important to note that the silver trade is prone to nasty bumps.The October markets rally shows no signs of cooling off|Bernhard Warner|October 9, 2020|Fortune
Its low-noise design means you won’t have to deal with annoying whirring sounds and the obstacle sensor helps avoid any nasty collisions.Electronics and exercise gear that make excellent gifts|PopSci Commerce Team|October 8, 2020|Popular-Science
Multiple sock-puppet accounts are where you get some of the nastiest stuff on other platforms.A new social-media platform wants to enforce “kindness.” Can that ever work?|Tanya Basu|October 7, 2020|MIT Technology Review
From there, in most cases, clean water carries the nasty stuff out of the home through a system of pipes.
David Foster Wallace nastily imagined readers “under 40” asking about Updike, in a 1997 essay.
They rattled nastily as they struck corrugated-iron roofs, and popped when they found billets in the walls of nipa houses.The Code of the Mountains|Charles Neville Buck
That lightning-like change swept his face again, twisting his lips nastily, stamping all his features with something totally bad.Once to Every Man|Larry Evans
There are inventions of great value that one type of society can use—and that would, for another society, be most nastily deadly!Thin Edge|Gordon Randall Garrett
If I do these things just after Jackson has passed I catch it nastily, just about the rear buffers.
The little Parsnip-man grinned so nastily at me, and such a loud noise came out of the stove—and I let him fall!Miscellanea|Juliana Horatia Ewing