Definition of stinky in English:

stinky

Syllabification: stink·y
Pronunciation: /ˈstiNGkē
 
/

adjective (stinkier, stinkiest)

informal
1Having a strong or unpleasant smell: stinky cigarette smoke
More example sentences
  • And sure enough, rising from the sky down the block from my house is a small, but stinky plume of smoke.
  • If you want to spend your time smoking a stinky cigar and watching TV, you can do that.
  • I'm always amazed with the ease and indifference that patrons shed their stinky workout gear and parade around starkers.
1.1Very disagreeable and unpleasant: a stinky job
More example sentences
  • It follows a fleeing him like a stink cloud, misconstruing his running away as an opportunity to take more pictures and ask more questions.
  • Giant oil drum of sludge in a back closet next to the bathroom: someone bumped the lid off this with a bit of equipment and immediately vomited due to the stench that came out from the stink barrel.
  • I'm trying that right now, but I can't have this stink situation put a damper on my session situation.

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