stinky

[sting-kee]
adjective, stinkier, stinkiest.
1.
foul smelling; stinking.
2.
Informal. mean-spirited; nasty.

Origin:
stink + -y1

malodorous, odious, odoriferous, odorous, smelly, stinky.
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stinky (ˈstɪŋkɪ)
 
adj , -ier, -iest
1.  having a foul smell
2.  informal unpleasant or disgusting
3.  informal of poor quality; contemptible

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Example sentences
During one of my visits there was a great and stinky garbage strike.
Others have extra rain tarps or those convenient entry porticoes that hold
  stinky shoes.
Stinky tofu is merely a snack sold in night markets.
The site was filthy, stinky and surrounded by appalled tourists taking photos
  and whispering about the hippies' odd behavior.
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