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skeeve

[ skeev ]
/ skiv /
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noun
Also skeever . an immoral or repulsive person.
verb (used with object)
to cause disgust in (often followed by out): This place is so full of mold that it really skeeves me out.
to be disgusted by: people who skeeve public restrooms.
verb (used without object)
to cause disgust or feel disgusted: The mess just made me skeeve.
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Origin of skeeve

Back formation from skeevy

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