Nasty (adjective)

  1. Offensively unpleasant or disgusting.
  2. Wicked or evil.
  3. Sexually explicit or offensive.
  4. Physically unpleasant or dangerous.

Origin:

Late middle english (in the sense "displeasing, disagreeable"): from old french nas(t)e "ugly," of unknown origin.

Examples:

  1. The soup had a nasty taste to it.
  2. He had a nasty temper and was always yelling at people.
  3. The movie had some nasty scenes that were too graphic for children.
  4. The storm was nasty and caused a lot of damage.
  5. She had a nasty fall and broke her leg.
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