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  • adverb In a yucky way.

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Examples

  • It hurts a lot and has affected half my face and yuckily entered my tongue, inner ear ouch and lips.

    Stephen's Lighthouse: January 2008 Archives

  • It hurts a lot and has affected half my face and yuckily entered my tongue, inner ear ouch and lips.

    Stephen's Lighthouse: I'm still standing

  • So, there I am in my bed, yuckily napping, when I hear voices outside my window, and this gal is barking like a banshee ...

    A Fanciful Twist

  • At the risk of gross geographical and cultural stereotyping, I can't help noting that the Northern Europeans 'clothes are (with such exceptions as those of the skillfully graceful Bruno Pieters and the "knitting genius" Christian Wijnants) over-intellectualized and antiseptic; the Parisians reign with aplomb far beyond their years; the brilliant but often unrestrained Londoners continue to lurch between self-consciously daring, unwearable high concepts and creations of great whimsy married to exquisite workmanship (such as in the work of Alice Temperley, Emma Cook, and the shoe designer Rupert Sanderson); and the Japanese are jejune — either stupidly so or, in their all-too-frequent predilection for tarting up young women as prepubescent sex objects, yuckily so.

    Passion in Fashion

  • At the risk of gross geographical and cultural stereotyping, I can't help noting that the Northern Europeans 'clothes are (with such exceptions as those of the skillfully graceful Bruno Pieters and the "knitting genius" Christian Wijnants) over-intellectualized and antiseptic; the Parisians reign with aplomb far beyond their years; the brilliant but often unrestrained Londoners continue to lurch between self-consciously daring, unwearable high concepts and creations of great whimsy married to exquisite workmanship (such as in the work of Alice Temperley, Emma Cook, and the shoe designer Rupert Sanderson); and the Japanese are jejune — either stupidly so or, in their all-too-frequent predilection for tarting up young women as prepubescent sex objects, yuckily so.

    Passion in Fashion

  • At the risk of gross geographical and cultural stereotyping, I can't help noting that the Northern Europeans 'clothes are (with such exceptions as those of the skillfully graceful Bruno Pieters and the "knitting genius" Christian Wijnants) over-intellectualized and antiseptic; the Parisians reign with aplomb far beyond their years; the brilliant but often unrestrained Londoners continue to lurch between self-consciously daring, unwearable high concepts and creations of great whimsy married to exquisite workmanship (such as in the work of Alice Temperley, Emma Cook, and the shoe designer Rupert Sanderson); and the Japanese are jejune — either stupidly so or, in their all-too-frequent predilection for tarting up young women as prepubescent sex objects, yuckily so.

    Passion in Fashion

  • "Buoyed by solid ensemble work, some yuckily effective special effects, and a script that subverts genre convention by having its characters do smart things instead of stupid ones

    GreenCine Daily

  • "Buoyed by solid ensemble work, some yuckily effective special effects, and a script that subverts genre convention by having its characters do smart things instead of stupid ones

    GreenCine Daily

  • "Buoyed by solid ensemble work, some yuckily effective special effects, and a script that subverts genre convention by having its characters do smart things instead of stupid ones

    GreenCine Daily

  • "Buoyed by solid ensemble work, some yuckily effective special effects, and a script that subverts genre convention by having its characters do smart things instead of stupid ones

    GreenCine Daily

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