nasty

All Adjective Noun
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  • So working your way back through nasty territory to get them was a challenge.
  • Some games even turned so nasty that there was serious injury and loss of life.
  • Should the computer player lay a particularly nasty, an evil laugh is heard.
  • The face off turned nasty when a French helicopter took off and drew fire.
  • It soon ends in disaster after they each take a nasty fall.
  • It was a real nasty war, and people didn't like it.
  • It is the oldest film to have appeared on the UK video nasty list.
  • The group broke up with only one album after Nasty left in the middle of a European tour.
  • But we do try to make sure we don't get nasty for the sake of it.
  • I don't believe you could get a rise out of me if you said the nastiest thing you could think of. Cited from Questionable Shapes, by William Dean Howells
  • Once they realize this, they play a nasty trick on him right before they leave.
  • This is one of the nastiest jobs one can be asked to do. Cited from The Fifth Battalion Highland Light Infantry, by F.L. Morrison
  • I never knew a nastier-tempered girl in all my life, that I never did. Cited from The Town Traveller, by George Gissing
  • Will she win her battle with the nasty Prince?
  • The race was considered one of the nastiest and most expensive in the state.
  • And two of the remaining original tourists get a nasty surprise at vote time.
  • She ends up not following the trail and has a nasty fall in dreadful weather.
  • To make him truthful he's got to say those things, and they are nasty things.
  • It was also the inspiration for the short-lived television series Nasty Boys.
  • The film has become infamous since its release due to being banned in various countries as a video nasty.
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Meaning of nasty

  • adjective Offensive or even (of persons) malicious
    in a nasty mood, a nasty accident, a nasty shock, a nasty smell, a nasty trick to pull, Will he say nasty things at my funeral?"- Ezra Pound