Definition of junky in English:

junky

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Pronunciation: /ˈdʒʌŋki
 
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informal

adjective

North American
Regarded as useless or of little value.
More example sentences
  • He will draw figures in a clumsy way and make use of the cheap look of junky illustration while at the same time handling other elements, such as watercolor, elegantly.
  • Pairing a prized picture with a cheap and junky frame not only cheapens the picture but also the entire room.
  • Instead, it was junky short pass incomplete on second down, junky short pass incomplete on third down.

noun (plural junkies)

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variant spelling of junkie.

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