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- adj. Full of botches or mistakes; poorly done.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Marked with botches; full of botches; poorly done.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Marked with botches; full of or covered with botches: as, “a botchy core,”
- Imperfect; botched.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. poorly done
Though the botchy botch is funny, what the heck is unexpected semen supposed to mean?
In my experience, this crowd tends to have botchy skin and threadbare beards and read too much =any Ayn Rand.
But it was just silly to have such similar situations — of course some worked in sawmills, and some were part-time farmers and mill workers, and I've forgotten what the third was (there were three main industries) — and it would have looked just too botchy, you know, too sparse each one, too sparse or repetitious.
The hat trade grew so that sometimes there were six rather botchy little bonnets all done up in yellow paper pyramids with a pin at the top, awaiting their future wearers.
Say so, did not the general run then? were not that a botchy core?
The faces he recognized were those of the laziest and most incapable workmen in the town -- men whose weekly wages were habitually docked for drunkenness, late hours, and botchy work.
And those byles did run (say so), did not the gene-rall run then, were not that a botchy core.
And those boils did run? say so: did not the general run then? were not that a botchy core?
The Yemeni team consists of forty people - including thirty athletes participating in five games: handball, athletics, table tennis, weight lifting and botchy.
And thofe boils did run — fey to* did no* the General run I were not that a botchy core?
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