- From the Scots word mingin (Wiktionary)
“(Potteries usage)Incidentally, in the lead-in to the Elmes quote, the word minging is used; for those who, like myself, were wondering how it's pronounced, it rhymes with singing and is Scots in origin, meaning (according to the OED) That smells bad, stinking; (more generally) unpleasant, foul.”
“Haha, you're proper loving the word minging at the moment aren't you?”
“Except for the little things like the 'minging' toilets that take away the pleasure of one of the most exciting activities of the day i.e taking a dump with a good book The mood has to be right!”
“Leo was really "minging," as he told us about a goddamn jillion times, and was walking slow as hell as we wandered down the street waiting for a cab to show up.”
“Earlier on in the week, she told a paper that although she is looking forward to having kids, she hopes they're not "minging".”
“My dad's Jamaican so he made a lot of Jamaican food, and my mum did lots of traditional shepherd's pies and homemade quiches, but I was brought up on some really minging things as well – my mum gave me liquidised tripe when I was a baby.”
“How is that any different from the journalists who wrote about it tapping a stranger on the shoulder at a party in order to crow to fellow guests that she has "minging hooves"?”
“The beach-side railway: lovely view from the trains, bit minging looking at them.”
“Where else could the frankly minging Georgia Gould be described as a pretty little princess to rival Miley Cyrus?”
“Dere was somefing minging in de state of Denmark.”
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