foul smelling; stinking.
Informal. mean-spirited; nasty.
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How to use stinky in a sentence
Composting—which, in essence, is accomplished by decay—can get stinky.Best compost bins: These eco-friendly products help you to do your part for the environment | Florie Korani | July 20, 2021 | Popular-Science
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Even worse, Mexico City has no sanitary code for building public bathrooms, leading to a stinky mess.
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It also catches quite a bit of sweat, which can make for a stinky mask if you don’t wash it promptly.
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.
You as beautiful as the sun, moon and stars—and as stinky as seferal apothecary shops.
Course, I didn't need to worry, because stinky told them all right, just like a tattletale.
Skinny started up the atomic power plant, and we could see stinky laughing fit to kill.
I mean it sounds like two people agreeing, only stinky keeps going suuure, like that, you know?
So now we've got the sticks mixed with a lot of glue, and they take half-an-hour longer to burn, and smell stinky.The Works of Rudyard Kipling: One Volume Edition | Rudyard Kipling
British Dictionary definitions for stinky
having a foul smell
informal unpleasant or disgusting
informal of poor quality; contemptible
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