nasty[ nas-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF nasty
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NASTY
The adult who is nasty is not allowed to do what he likes: neither can the child who likes to be nasty.
Miss Georgie was, without doubt, in a nasty temper that night.
It's nasty to have the dirt jumpin' up right where you've got to walk.
They've been just gorging chickens this last year—nasty beasts!
I hoped, however, that diplomacy might still save us all sorts of a nasty row.
But now, since I have borne him this nasty child, he loves it more than he does me.
That was too nasty a morsel for even this monster to swallow; so it let go its hold of the boat.
It was a nasty trick for Ida to play you, although just what I should have expected from her or May.
It is as much as to say that you would write one of the nasty kind of book, if you dared.
It irritated them, that nasty taste of burnt rags in their mouths.