plasticky

plasticky

(ˈplæˌstɪkɪ)
adj
made of or resembling plastic
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There's a bit of a dearth of supported streaming services - Deezer and Qobuz are nowhere to be seen, although Tidal and Soundcloud are said to be on their way - and the plasticky casing and lack of an included power adapter (a USB-tomicro-USB cable is all that's supplied) indicate its budget pricepoint.
What required improvement was the plasticky interior, the gutless engine and the inefficient automatic transmission option, and all these issues have been duly dealt with in this enhanced model.
What required improvement was the plasticky interior, the gutless engine and the inef-ficient automatic transmission option, and all these issues have been duly dealt with in this enhanced model.
The curved design feels comfortable but the very glossy and cheap plasticky back cover makes the phone slip from your hands.
But other materials and switches give off a plasticky, rubbery vibe.
30, Wilko, goes on smoothly and smells lovely too - no plasticky cheap pong here.
Another, mostly blank, contains gridded, ruled, and ledger paper, as well as the patterned insides of envelopes; still another is the yellow of legal paper and Post-it notes; and the last one, whatever it is made up of, is almost entirely obscured by different black materials--something waxy, something plasticky, something shiny--so that very little can be read.
Others offer the dubious pleasure of sitting bolt upright in a hard plasticky seat, with your nose practically touching the seat in front - regardless of the size of your nose - it's like a moving Job Centre waiting room circa 1982.
Reader says: 'Packaging was a bit plasticky, but the colours inside are lovely earthy tones which really suited me.
As for the material and build quality, although it has a distinct plasticky feel, quite like the S3, the finish is reasonably good.
There's also a plasticky upper storage area Smarter features include a neat bag holder incorporated into the front passenger seat to prevent bags rolling around the cabin when the car is on the move.
After all, by today's standards, the first iMac looks bulky, plasticky, and is woefully underpowered.