from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Slang Worthless, loathsome, or disgusting.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Full of crud
- adj. crummy, lousy
- adj. worthless
- adj. annoying, irritating
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete or dialectal form of curdy.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. characterized by obscenity
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(When you’re looking at these prices below, add a one or two or three hundred thousand to get prices for comparable homes in cruddy nearby neighborhoods that didn’t have a nationally notorious brand name.)
I think my co-pays and deductibles were just over $1500 for the whole episode, thank goodness, but had I been uninsured or had some kind of cruddy discount plan, I shudder to think how my finances might be.
In a new biography, one of the world's most powerful men talks about mistakes made in Iraq and why he once called the vice presidential job "cruddy".
"They tried to snowmachine in, but it's kind of cruddy right now,"
It's kind of cruddy and in a constant state of flux, yet it's a nice place to chill out and have a nice cup of authentic Moroccan mint tea.
Having read those five pages now, "gross" seems like a pretty good way to sum the whole thing up, and I won't argue with "kind of cruddy-looing" or "cynical" either.
I'd encourage you to go read Spurgeon's paragraph about the book in its full context, but he rightly noted that it would have been nicer "if a company that has concentrated on story the last decade or so to astounding benefit made a solid comic out of the event rather than a kind of cruddy-looking, cynical one."
I’d encourage you to go read Spurgeon’s paragraph about the book in its full context, but he rightly noted that while it was nice that the company wanted to do a story, it would have been nicer “if a company that has concentrated on story the last decade or so to astounding benefit made a solid comic out of the event rather than a kind of cruddy-looking, cynical one.”
Having read those five pages now, “gross” seems like a pretty good way to sum the whole thing up, and I won’t argue with “kind of cruddy-looing” or “cynical” either.
On the menu was this cruddy little musical, a south-of-the-border vehicle for an unappealing Wayne Newton-esque juvenille singer named Bobby Breen.