Definition of spammy in English:


Syllabification: spam·my
Pronunciation: /ˈspamē

adjective (spammier, spammiest)

Denoting, relating to, or constituting Internet spam: in the past, the tactics that worked for Internet marketers were ‘in-your-faceadvertisements and spammy e-mails
More example sentences
  • More and more people seem to be getting hit by competitors creating spammy links to try to get them into trouble.
  • The better strategy would be to invest a bit more time into the research phase before throwing $2,000 into a bunch of spammy directories.
  • Looks pretty spammy to me, and I'm wondering what your recommendation is?



More example sentences
  • He proposed a way of generating a particularly useful spamminess indicator based on the combined probabilities.
  • Forget about disguising trigger words by replacing letters with punctuation marks, which is seen as an indication of "spamminess."
  • We will use this data and software to train our system by generating a probability for each word that represents its spamminess.

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