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poxy

(ˈpɒksɪ)
adj, poxier or poxiest
1. (Pathology) having or having had syphilis
2. rotten; lousy
Translations

poxy

[ˈpɒksɪ] ADJ (Brit) → puñetero

poxy

[ˈpɒksi] adj (British) (= crummy) → minable
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The added features in toilets are: vinyl wrapping of toilet doors for improved aesthetics, poxy coating, provisioning of extra mats to improve hygienic standards and to give a dry toilet to the passengers with improved cleanliness, and polished commodes and basins to make them odour free in every trip.
Having finally cleared out the last of those poxy loom bands from the remotest recesses of our home, I wasn't keen on giving house space to another annoying toy craze.
As a ex-solider I'm disgusted that they worried about a poxy point deduction I'm sure all those who made the ultimate sacrifice would be turning in their graves.
But we first have to deliver a knockout blow on the poxy little parties that poison the atmosphere.
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Except that he's called Poxy Cohen, and she's not happy.
All they (the Tories) can think of is some poxy garden party in Buckingham Palace which is costing us a fortune.
American folk band the Poxy Boggards will be headlining the festival, along with performances by harpist Aedan MacDonnell and singer-songwriter Virginia Morris, as well as special Dylan Thomas poetry readings by Hilary Wyn Williams and actor Joe Praml.
Priorities people, there is a North in Wales as well as a south, and I'm sure you'd get a bigger benefit from improving the A55 than a poxy stretch of the M4.
Donald then tweeted: "Apparently our ground is poxy with no dugouts.
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Susannef Stockton is jealous of the success that Yarmhas over the poxy third rate Stockton High Street.