What is the nastiest word in the world?

What is the nastiest word in the world?

1. Smegma. Definition: “The secretion of a sebaceous gland; specifically : the cheesy sebaceous matter that collects between the glans penis and the foreskin or around the clitoris and labia minora.” The top word on the list certainly doesn’t disappoint.

Is stupidest a proper word?

Most Stupid. The same rules apply to creating superlative adjectives. The only difference is that they take the suffix -est or the determiner “most.” As with stupider, stupidest is perfectly correct and listed as standard in dictionaries.

What word is worse than disgusting?

loathsome, sickening, nauseous, repulsive, revolting, repugnant, abhorrent, detestable.

What is the meaning of groose?

intransitive verb. : complain, grumble groused about the higher prices. grouse.

What is Growse?

Growse(verb) to shiver; to have chills. Etymology: [Cf. gruesome, grewsome, and G. grausen to make shudder, shiver.]

What does grouse mean slang?

adjective. excellent; “awesome”. Australian slang. Those socks are grouse! See more words with the same meaning: good, okay, cool, awesome, fun.

Is yucky a real word?

Yucky is a very informal adjective meaning gross, disgusting, or unappetizing. It’s based on yuck, which is an informal word you say when you think something is gross or disgusting.

What does it mean to feel yucky?

: causing discomfort, disgust, or a strong feeling of dislike : unpleasant and disgusting. : having an unpleasant feeling in your stomach : somewhat sick. See the full definition for yucky in the English Language Learners Dictionary.

What does yolk mean?

1a : the yellow spheroidal mass of stored food that forms the inner portion of the egg of a bird or reptile and is surrounded by the white — see egg illustration. b archaic : the whole contents of an animal ovum consisting of a protoplasmic formative portion and an inert nutritive portion.

Is Yuck a Scrabble word?

YUCK is a valid scrabble word.

What does yolk mean in Irish?

In Irish slang, the word ‘yoke’ doesn’t have anything to do with eggs. Instead, it’s another way of saying ‘thing’. So if someone in Ireland sees an object that they’ve never seen before, they will commonly be heard to ask, ‘What’s that yoke there? ‘ Example: ‘Can you pass me that yoke you use to wipe the windscreen?

Is the L in yolk silent?

You don’t, or you pronounce it as an e after the K, which you pronounce silently but changes the sound the o makes.

Is it yoked or Yolked?

As adjectives the difference between yoked and yolked is that yoked is wearing a yoke while yolked is having a specified type of yolk.

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