pukey


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pukey

(ˈpjuːkɪ)
adj, pukier or pukiest
of or like vomit
Translations

pukey

adj (inf) colourkackig (sl), → eklig (inf)
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Or they're competing to see who can eat fastest, or viciously dissing each other's sandwich fillings-"errr, your mum makes pukey cheese sandwiches
There's a quiet, contemplative streak that's been belied by the reputation he's forged in playing mouthy, troubled characters - Cook, Pukey Nicholls in Shane Meadows' This Is England and ring leader Brett in horror thriller Eden Lake among them.
Now this is the option that, pre-kids, I used to find particularly pukey.
We had nothing on the walls, maybe a santo or a calendar with the Sacred Heart, but there were no teen idols like Fabian or Elvis, Pukey green, our room was a prison.
Dick hated them all--every pukey, whiny kid who didn't take the time to understand or care about football, and yet was all too willing to tell him how to run the country.