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skeevy

[skee-vee] /ˈski vi/
adjective, skeevier, skeeviest. Slang.
1.
not respectable; immoral.
2.
slovenly and disgusting; repulsive.
Origin
1975-1980
1975-80; probably < Italian schifo ‘disgust’ + -y1
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Contemporary definitions for skeevy
adjective

disgusting or distasteful; nasty, sleazy

Examples

Some say Wal-mart and other big box stores are skeevy operations.

Word Origin

from Italian schifo 'disgust'

Usage Note

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Slang definitions & phrases for skeevy

skeevy

adjective

Nasty; repellent; grotty, scuzzy, trashy: How's your skeevy pal? (1990s+ Students)


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