adjective, stink·i·er, stink·i·est.
- stinky pinky,
- stinnes, hugo,
Origin of stinky
Examples from the Web for stinky
If the IDF makes good on plans to export the product, prepare for stinky urban centers.
Rejoice, Ladies, because Tyra has a stinky confession to make.
Runway host Tim Gunn, however, is in hot, stinky New York City.
I mean with Stinky all the time bothering us and laughing at us.
The boy who had been known as "Stinky" in their days at Annapolis was boss of a battle wagon.The Lost Warship|Robert Moore Williams
Course, I didn't need to worry, because Stinky told them all right, just like a tattletale.
You as beautiful as the sun, moon and stars—and as stinky as seferal apothecary shops.
I mean it sounds like two people agreeing, only Stinky keeps going suuure, like that, you know?