sucky


Also found in: Thesaurus, Medical, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

suck·y

 (sŭk′ē)
adj. suck·i·er, suck·i·est Vulgar Slang
1. Highly unpleasant or disagreeable.
2. Of poor or inferior quality.
3. Inept or incompetent.

[suck + -y.]

sucky

(ˈsʌkɪ)
adj, suckier or suckiest
informal US inferior, feeble, or useless
Translations

sucky

adj (US sl) → beschissen (inf)
References in periodicals archive ?
That's actually perfect, provided you don't mind wading waist-deep through sucky, smelly mud.
That's because when the random sucky thing happens, it's a gang of people with expertise, empathy or both that dictate how the story will go.
I opened my mouth so wide the sucky thing fell out and promptly attached itself to my tie.
On the day of his arrest, Campbell tweeted: "For sucky reasons totally outwith my control (don't ask), posts on Wings will be very sparse for an unknown period.
I thought you were looking like a little boy who's lost his sucky blanket.
Lovely, scrummy, sucky yoghurt pouches from one of our fave yoghurt brands, which make a great treat if you prefer your protein to taste like real food.
The sucky thing is, a few years back he just got over the board and moved on to doing his own thing like going to school and playing basketball.
He later claimed his actual words were "your t*** look great in that top, I bet you've got lovely sucky nipples".
En este sentido, la gestion de inventarios constituye un area de las organizaciones en la cual es factible la reduccion de costos sin llegar a reducir los ingresos, elemento fundamental para la supervivencia de las empresas en tiempos modernos, segun Sucky (2005); Ortiz (2004) y Jimenez (2005).
Sucky, "The Bullwhip Effect in Supply Chains--An Overestimated Problem?
It's a real sucky system, truly unfair, but it is what it is, and you try to move on as best you can.
I think it was pretty sucky for them to have to go back (to prison).