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  • adjective comparative form of nasty: more nasty

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Examples

  • In the scene with the nurse he is in a nasty mood to start and he just gets nastier, which is an annoyance to the Nurse, but a disaster for Mercutio himself, because Tybalt is about to enter.

    Lance Mannion:

  • In the scene with the nurse he is in a nasty mood to start and he just gets nastier, which is an annoyance to the Nurse, but a disaster for Mercutio himself, because Tybalt is about to enter.

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  • But as this drags on and as it gets tougher and nastier, which is likely they do, there may be a hue and cry of from Democrats saying, let's get this thing resolved.

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  • But as this drags on and as it gets tougher and nastier, which is likely they do, there may be a hue and cry of from Democrats saying, let's get this thing resolved.

    CNN Transcript Mar 9, 2008

  • And NickH responded: "However experience teaches that the greater the distance between reality and perception and the longer that gap persists, the nastier will be the descent to reality when it comes."

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  • And NickH responded: "However experience teaches that the greater the distance between reality and perception and the longer that gap persists, the nastier will be the descent to reality when it comes."

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  • And NickH responded: "However experience teaches that the greater the distance between reality and perception and the longer that gap persists, the nastier will be the descent to reality when it comes."

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  • And NickH responded: "However experience teaches that the greater the distance between reality and perception and the longer that gap persists, the nastier will be the descent to reality when it comes."

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  • And NickH responded: "However experience teaches that the greater the distance between reality and perception and the longer that gap persists, the nastier will be the descent to reality when it comes."

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  • And NickH responded: "However experience teaches that the greater the distance between reality and perception and the longer that gap persists, the nastier will be the descent to reality when it comes."

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