nasty ADJECTIVE (nastier, nastiest) 1) unpleasant, disgusting, or repugnant. 2) spiteful, violent, or bad-tempered. 3) likely to cause or having caused harm; dangerous or serious: a nasty bang on the head.
NOUN (pl. nasties) informal a nasty person or thing.
DERIVATIVES nastily adverb nastiness noun.
ORIGIN of unknown origin.

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  • nastily — adverb see nasty …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • nastily — See nasty. * * * …   Universalium

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  • nastily — saintly …   Anagrams dictionary

  • nastily — nas·ti·ly …   English syllables

  • nastily — See: nasty …   English dictionary

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