trashy

[trash-ee]
adjective, trashier, trashiest.
1.
of the nature of trash; inferior in quality; rubbishy; useless or worthless.
2.
(of a field) strewn with trash, especially the withered vegetation from an earlier crop.

Origin:
1610–20; trash + -y1

trashily, adverb
trashiness, noun
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trashy (ˈtræʃɪ)
 
adj , trashier, trashiest
cheap, worthless, or badly made
 
'trashily
 
adv
 
'trashiness
 
n

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Example sentences
She taught me that books--even trashy ones--were to be valued, and that time
  spent reading was never wasted.
At the proms my kids attended a few years ago, the dresses looked mostly trashy.
Things go swimmingly until her husband buys the film rights and decides to turn
  it into a trashy movie.
He has written his trashy, vicious people so that they are clinically
  interesting.
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