yukky


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yukky

adj (+er) (inf)eklig, widerlich, fies (inf)
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Mrs Albert had even found a yukky, chewed up - or regurgitated - piece of smoked salmon on her front door mat on one occasion.
"And don't get me started on big white yukky trainers, either!
Chocolate is cheap and yukky but the mug makes up for it."
Among the yukky stuff they've written on pieces of paper: "bad dreams," "sad feelings" and a brother "who tells me he hates me."
Four hours later, I emerged grinning like a cat that got the cream, feeling more like yummy mummy than yukky mu m my.
It's an age where little girls should still be playing with their Barbie dolls and thinking that boys are 'yukky and gross'.
"I know it sounds a bit yukky but everybody's so lovely offstage as well."
Moral sentiments can be 'off', people can be 'yukky', and their actions, 'disgusting'.
Give yourself a manicure and pedicure - no yukky toenails, scabby skin or chipped nail varnish should be trotting to a party in gorgeous slinky sandals.
Only problem was the smell I yukky, but it faded after my shower.
She says that this week's project, a large bungalow in the Somerset village of Faulkland, is 'as easy on the eye as laser surgery', and pronounces the bathroom to be 'yukky'.