Definition of crappy
: markedly inferior in quality : lousy
Examples of crappy in a Sentence
I think that was the crappiest movie I've ever seen.
I felt crappy all day yesterday.
Recent Examples of crappy from the Web
This morning’s routine is especially crappy: crumbs on the kitchen floor, totally full dishwasher. 9:45 a.m.
Thanks to a flock of geese, visitors at Disneyland over the weekend endured a bit of a crappy evening.
Midge Dobson, the blanched realtor with eye sacks like teabags—she’d been ambushed by a recent divorce—drove Ken to see another crappy house.
The show does not shy away from how crappy life was in the good old days.)
But ones that require a crappy two plane rides to get to.
There was this mountain of crappy music coming out.
On Jay Cutler Taking the Color Job with FOX Quite a few thoughts, actually: • Players who have been crappy with the media have gone to work for TV and been good at it.
My apartment, which was once so chic and writerly that it was photographed in magazines, is now a sticky squalor, accessorized with non-organic muffin crumbs, crappy plastic tambourines and random, dirty socks of all sizes.
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CRAPPY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of crappy for English Language Learners
: of poor quality : not good
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