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adj. trash·i·er, trash·i·est
1. Resembling or containing trash; cheap or worthless: trashy merchandise.
2. In very poor taste or of very poor quality: "There was a special pathos ... within ... her trashy tales" (James Wolcott).

trash′i·ly adv.
trash′i·ness n.
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