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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And it did make me feel rather pukey watching Michael Gove hang on the words of teen activist Greta Thunberg like she was saying things those "experts" he dislikes so much haven't been saying for donkeys.
In 1978, she began performing with Spiderwoman in Cabaret: An Evening of Disgusting Songs and Pukey Images.
But even a cramped, pukey van was a step up from the serial killer-type digs the gang had stayed at previously, of which Linda Robson had remarked, "This place reminds me of that Simon Bates Motel" - thereby mixing up her Hollywood screen psychos with her Radio Two mid-morning DJs.
There's Old John, John Conklin Jr., "Mud" John, young John A., the grandson, "Pukey" John, and cousins galore.
I washed my hands and face, and rinsed the pukey taste of stale tobacco and mull and rabbit out of my mouth.
Looking down into Larry's small, frightened, pukey yellow-brown eyes, I screamed, "What happened to all your heart, motherfucka?" punching him squarely in the face while he was on his back, again and again, until his squirming stopped, until his weak, flailing punches suddenly stopped in midair.
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.