[ US /ˈjəki/ ]
[ UK /jˈʌki/ ]
  1. highly offensive; arousing aversion or disgust
    a disgusting smell
    a loathsome disease
    revolting food
    a wicked stench
    distasteful language
    the idea of eating meat is repellent to me
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How To Use yucky In A Sentence

  • They are evil and yucky.
  • They will tell you straight away whether something is yucky or not. The Sun
  • Tackle the yucky stuff and you should be able to detox it out of your life.
  • RUN explorer c: \ send {t} {space} this will select the test file, but not always, as there could be more files starting with a t and no i dont want to put a highly unusual character infront of test. txt, like ~test. txt to make it stand out, this is really n gging me other yucky workaround: run cmd,, winwaitactive C: \Windows\system32\cmd. exe send explorer/select, % profile%\my jumplists\kk\edit kk. lnk {enter} sleep 200 winclose C: \Windows\system32\cmd. exe AutoHotkey Community
  • My sources tell me Tom found Heidi's rendition to be "yucky" - then instructed Katie Holmes to grow a mustache. The Superficial - Because You're Ugly
  • Even washing with water makes it go all yucky and slimy. Times, Sunday Times
  • I have wanted one for awhile. .hmmm .. oh, but be careful with the bread recipe. my friend tried it with her le cruset and it ruined it. turned it all dark and yucky inside. she decided to get a cheap one for the recipe cuz it's a great recipe! Holy Dutch Ovens Batman!
  • It left me feeling all yucky and unclean inside. Times, Sunday Times
  • It was yucky but intriguing.
  • It should be icky and yucky, but actually it's got bags of fun and loads of laughs, with a very cutely judged moment of pathos as Stuart has to drive home from school on his own in his little roadster, because no human kid wants to play with him.
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