Definition of lousy in English:

lousy

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Pronunciation: /ˈlaʊzi
 
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adjective (lousier, lousiest)

Derivatives

lousily

adverb
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  • I was feeling really lousily depressed for a while there.
  • It would be clear to most readers that the government has set itself a mission impossible with this highly controversial lousily drafted law.
  • I'd rather be comfy and endure a little prodding than be lousily uncomfortable the entire flight.

lousiness

noun
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  • Despite its visual coolness and interesting non-linear and cyclical narrative style, as an enjoyable movie it fails, mostly due to its overall lousiness.
  • The fact that it was only the second day of his life in no way diminished it's lousiness.
  • Of course, you won't achieve any degree of lousiness unless you do this to excess.

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