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Definition of "manky" [manky]

  • Unpleasantly dirty and disgusting. (adjective)

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Use "manky" in a sentence
  • "But officers shaving their heads to look like Lithuanian cage-fighters, never wearing their hats, walking about in manky, unzipped jackets just makes it look ten times worse. on November 30, 2009 at 6: 45 am Crime Analyst"
  • "The most scathing critique of medical "scientific manques" (or "manky" pseudo scientists) was penned by one of the fathers of American Behaviourism, C. L.Hull, when he took apart, with very little effort, and hung out for contempt the "research" into hypnotism conducted by Binet and feret and later Heillig and Hoff."
  • "Firstly comes this very handsome bibbed and crested 'manky' from Summerlake Park, Tigard,"
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