scabby


scab·by

adjective \ˈska-bē\
scab·bi·erscab·bi·est

Definition of SCABBY

1
a :  covered with or full of scabs <scabby skin>
b :  diseased with scab <a scabby animal> <scabby potatoes>
2
:  mean, contemptible <a scabby trick>

Examples of SCABBY

  1. <that's a scabby trick to play on someone trying to help>

First Known Use of SCABBY

15th century

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