Definitions

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  • adj. Dirty, messy; sordid.

Etymologies

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From scunge +‎ -y.

Examples

  • I even promised myself that I would not admit to the Palinode that I was reusing the scungy grounds from yesterday's coffee.

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  • Kids who wipe their snotty noses up and down their parka sleeves until their is a scungy build-up.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • I strongly suspect her life really sucks right now–I mean, the whole scungy K-Fed thing is bad enough.

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  • He had on a dingy white T-shirt with 'Marlboro Racing First to Finish', printed on it, and baggy, scungy black jeans.

    Violets Are Blue

  • If I want to listen to the CD, I'd prefer to be in my plush, leather lounge chair with my dogs on my lap listening to my stereo, rather than standing up in some scungy bar somewhere.

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  • The dog, described as a "scungy looking" black mastiff or staffy cross, with a white chest and back paws, was still on the loose last night.

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  • "It was described as a black scungy looking thing, possibly a staff-lab cross," he said.

    Stuff.co.nz - Stuff

  • I remembered about an hour ago, and now some of the dang beans are even sprouting, the water looks a tad murky, I don't want to die from eating grungy, scungy beans.

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  • For most people, talk of "green" fridges might conjure up images of hygiene disasters in scungy student flats.

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  • Let's talk about the thick guitars and swampy rhythms over which Dwayne Carter exhales-scungy, grimy-ass, mudded-up sounds for a crusted-over vocal, like setting gasoline on fire.

    Passion of the Weiss

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