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Correct spelling:
nasty
Definition:
Hence, loosely: Offensive; disagreeable; unpropitious; wet; drizzling; as, a nasty rain, day, sky.

Synonyms:

adjective
abrasive
hard to take, spikiest, spikier, spiky, galling.
acid
mordant, offensive.
all
awful, tight, nasty.
awful
grody.
bad
unpleasant.
bad-tempered
ill-natured.
bad-tempered, mean
evil, ruthless, distasteful, abusive, hateful, malicious, malevolent, unkind, vicious, malign, malignant, sordid, spiteful, sarcastic, annoying, critical, despicable, cruel.
black
soiled, spotted.
critical
sharp-tongued.
dangerous
touch and go, parlous, Jeopardous, dangersome, portentous, risky, on collision course, shaky.
dirty
unhygienic, undusted, grimy, mucky, indecent, scummy, scurvy, dishabille, disarrayed, mung, unswept, slovenly, Dreggy, black, begrimed, straggly, unlaundered, slatternly, scuzzy, unclean, scummier, cruddy, Dungy.
disagreeable
offensive, whiniest, obnoxious, bothersome, repulsive, unpalatable, unhappy, unlikable, painer, unpleasant, whiny, dragger, pettish, whinier, disagreeable, disgusting, objectionable, distasteful.
disgusting, offensive
horrid, noisome, gross, obscene, repellent, soiled, outrageous, beastly, raunchy, disagreeable, foul, fierce, stinking, poison, nauseating, unappetizing, objectionable, loathsome, murderous, rough, mephitic, repulsive, hellish, uncleanly, repugnant, malodorous, tough, icky, ornery, odious, vulgar, sickening, horrible, ungodly, bum, squalid, impure, lousy, polluted, noxious, revolting, unclean, dirty, awful, unholy, unpleasant, obnoxious, filthy, grubby, vile, yucky.
foul-smelling
malodorous.
hateful
loathsome, malicious.
impure
not pure, unchaste, weighted, most diluted, impure.
indecent, smutty
improper, scatological, ribald, immoral, wicked, indelicate, immodest, lascivious, licentious, blue, indecorous, pornographic, lewd, coarse, shameful, X-rated, unseemly.
injurious, dangerous
ugly, painful, poisonous, serious, bad, damaging, severe, harmful.
irritable
ill-tempered.
knockabout
knockabout, rough and tumble.
low
menial, crumby, illbred, ill-bred, lower, undignified, crumbiest.
malevolent
corrosive, evil, hostile, malicious, hateful, vindictive, treacherous, sullen, wicked, spiteful, sinister, baneful, malignant, bitter, virulent, foul, perfidious, mean, catty, venomous, rancorous, malevolent, churlish, vicious, antagonistic, Black-hearted, baleful, hurtful, ill-natured.
mean
the lowest, toucher, hardnosed, low-down and dirty, snide, liverish, low-down dirty, ornery.
obscene
scatologic, porno.
offensive
ignominious, horrid.
opposed
antipathetic.
opposing
averse.
rancid
whiffy, putrescent, Nidorous, Olid, putrefactive, carious, evil-smelling, curdled.
rank
Graveolent, strong-smelling.
repulsive
off-putting.
rough
untutored.
salacious
horny.
seamy
seamy.
sickening
stomach-turning.
sneaky
Double dealing.
uncleanly
uncleanly.
unkind
coldhearted, Hard-hearted, coldblooded, inhumane.
unsavory
no good.
wicked
wicked, unrighteous, amoral.
yucky
yucky, skanky.
adverb
offensive
beastly.
noun
indecent
immodest, lewd, shameful, immoral.
nasty
foul, soiled, smutty, filthy, unpleasant, hard, dirty, hateful, lousy, awful, grotty, mean, inclement, difficult, tight, vile, unclean.
unkind
sarcastic, fierce, ruthless, cruel, critical.
verb
dirty
squalid.
Examples of usage:
  1. After he gets over the nasty taste of it, he'll find there's sugar in the world yet; just as I did. – The Iron Woman by Margaret Deland
  2. He says it's too damned nasty and that he don't need it anyhow." – The Story of a Doctor's Telephone--Told by His Wife by Ellen M. Firebaugh
  3. I'd remind nurse of all the nasty things she has said and done to us since we were babies; how she has said over and over again there never were such children in the world, and that we nearly drove her mad; and then I'd say she'd be sorry now when she was going to see us burnt before her eyes; and she would be sobbing and crying, and so would Mrs. Giles and Sam and all the others! – Odd by Amy Le Feuvre
  4. But you only liked the first act- the Comedy Act, and you won't even enjoy the curtain as much as you think, because always there will be the nasty certainty of its some day going up again, and then you won't even be in the wings. – Balloons by Elizabeth Bibesco
  5. That Gibraltar mess was a nasty one, and I didn't like its looks. – The Firefly Of France by Marion Polk Angellotti

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