junky

1 [juhng-kee]
adjective, junkier, junkiest.
of the nature of junk; trashy.

Origin:
1945–50; junk1 + -y2

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junky

2 [juhng-kee]
noun, plural junkies.

Origin:
junk3 + -y2

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junkie or junky (ˈdʒʌŋkɪ)
 
n , pl junkies
an informal word for a drug addict, esp one who injects heroin into himself
 
junky or junky
 
n

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Example sentences
All he could find were trendy magazines and junky pulp fiction.
Here's what it does, plus a look at a few other purposely junky lenses.
It's easy and junky but it has sold many a computer.
We both worked in the same building and he offered to give me a ride each
  morning that my junky car was in the shop.
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