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Correct spelling:
nasty
Definition:
Filthy; disgusting.
Synonyms:
malevolent (adjective)
evil, hurtful, hateful, malicious, vindictive, corrosive, treacherous, hostile, vicious, antagonistic, sinister, black-hearted, churlish, perfidious, sullen, malevolent, baneful, virulent, foul, baleful, catty, venomous, bitter, wicked, malignant, spiteful, ill-natured, mean, rancorous.
disagreeable (adjective)
unpalatable, obnoxious, bothersome, unpleasant, repulsive, distasteful, disagreeable, disgusting, offensive.
Other synonyms:
delicate, crabby, noxious, prickly, loaded, awesome, problematic, tremendous, atrocious, raunchy, blind drunk, immoral, bleak, repellant, paltry, cockeyed, plastered, immodest, sloshed, nefarious, bedraggled, pitiful, grotty, dreaded, paltry, wet, dire, despisable, disquieting, worrisome, abhorrent, scatologic, pitiless, loathsome, dingy, bad-tempered, rancid, dangerous, uncharitable, like, smudged, blue, broad, nauseating, damaging, petulant, bemired, catchy, fearful, black, compressed, impure, disastrous, squalid, fretful, miserly, gutter, unforeseen, dusty, stale, sticky, frightful, unprintable, raw, ruthless, frightening, icky, horrid, smelly, crude, ugly, one thing after another, dirty, ruinous, yucky, stinking, gross, taut, unpleasing, nauseous, nagging, unsettling, fearsome, stained, stormy, disgustful, ticklish, harmful, Houston, we have a problem, execrable, funky, distressing, risky, hard, vulgar, monstrous, harsh, ribald, muddy, ratty, direful, inclement, ill-scented, detestable, ignominious, unpleasant, scurrilous, good, mean, pie-eyed, repugnant, begrimed, squiffy, marked-up, insipid, horrific, scabby, profane, shocking, horrendous, bawdy, awful, peevish, touchy, grouchy, dreadful, sensitive, draggled, troublous, smashed, injurious, achy, bad, upsetting, sore, sickening, appalling, bitchy, grumpy, critical, scummy, lewd, scatological, soaked, unsportsmanlike, unlovely, lame, displeasing, unfair, wanton, noisome, scurvy, barnyard, trashy, hairy, fulsome, illegal, soused, slopped, awe-inspiring, trouble is brewing (for), discomforting, grimy, stiff, spiny, sneaking, decent, testy, waspish, sarcastic, troubling, difficult, low-minded, grubby, close, obscene, unclean, besmirched, terrible, wretched, rough, tempestuous, stringent, horrible, uncongenial, cross, cheating, irascible, discomposing, sordid, smutty, in the wrong place at the wrong time, foul, low-down, grubby, pain, surly, odious, tricksy, lascivious, sullied, sour, amazing, painful, unwelcome, hideous, foul-smelling, fierce, dodgy, repelling, pornographic, fierce, coarse, unsporting, attitude, grungy, inedible, repellent, abominable, cruel, mingy, rotten, crabbed, clean, cheap, base, blotto, bad, shabby, pissed, tough, knotty, hazardous, poisonous, scandalous, porny, shameful, unspeakable, awed, deplorable, dread, loathly, pixilated, snappy, Fescennine, unwholesome, pitiable, soiled, filthy, antipathetic, thorny, blackened, dishonorable, cantankerous, cranky, bland, afflictive, stag, the matter, awing, revolting, lewd, skanky, rigorous, snide, uncleanly, unsafe, tasteless, snappish, perturbing, hateful, unkind, it's not someone's day, besotted, acrimonious, inhuman, sordid, uneasy, infamous, turbulent, X-rated, tight, disturbing, aching, fuddled, indecent, foetid, crocked, querulous, fouled, irritable, despicable, low, befouled, mucky, locker-room, lousy, ill-tempered, currish, vile, perilous, afoul, sorry, contemptible, fetid, unsavory, sozzled, squally, malign, despiteful, hurting, cruddy.
Examples of usage:
  1. But it was a wicked little dog- yes, it was, to go down that nasty place when it was told not to"- more and then the back was straightened, the red, gold hair flung back, and a flushed face turned to the rather awkward Peter who stood at attention. murmurings, - "Fortitude", Hugh Walpole.
  2. A nasty sea on, sir, and the old ship so full o' water that she could not rise to it. Mr. Dimsdale, - "The Firm of Girdlestone", Arthur Conan Doyle.
  3. He seemed rarely impatient to be gone, though anybody might be excited at having to walk across them nasty marshes in the morning mist without a bite to stay the stomach. - "The Shrieking Pit", Arthur J. Rees.

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