adjective, slang·i·er, slang·i·est.
- slang dictionary,
- slanging match,
- slant board,
- slant culture,
- slant front
Origin of slangy
Examples from the Web for slangy
He offers to drop the price for the uranium from €100 million to €20 million in slangy, uneducated Russian.
He was one of those who, no matter how uproarious or slangy they are, always give the idea that they are gentlemen.Geoffrey Hampstead|Thomas Stinson Jarvis
"Stand pat, should necessity ever arise, and put the buck up to Mr. Daney," the slangy Elizabeth suggested promptly.Kindred of the Dust|Peter B. Kyne
There was about her a boyish, slangy camaraderie that made for popularity.Steve Yeager|William MacLeod Raine