Examples of stinker in a Sentence
He is a dirty little stinker.
a real stinker of a performance
Recent Examples of stinker from the Web
But then there were stinkers like the 6-2 loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins in 2009 on home ice, as well as the 5-0 loss to the New York Rangers in 2013.
Toronto's DeMar DeRozan completed his total stinker of a series by earning an ejection with 23.6 seconds left in the third quarter for whacking Jordan Clarkson in the head on Clarkson's breakaway layup.
Good starting pitching is contagious, as the starters don't want to be the one who lets the rotation down with a stinker.
The result was the biggest stinker of the season for the Brewers, who did very little on either side of the ball in a 9-0 whipping at Miller Park that kept the 38,285 quiet from start to finish.
Fergie and Josh Duhamel's son, Axl, also dressed as a little stinker.
His encore performance was a stinker: eight runs on nine hits with four walks and 46 balls to only 44 strikes in three-plus innings.
Pruitt may not have committed abominations, but his freewheeling, ethically obtuse management of his agency is a stinker too malodorous to ignore.
But Florida goalies Roberto Luongo and James Reimer have sprinkled in stinkers among their shutouts during the recent downturn.
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son of a gun;
STINKER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of stinker for English Language Learners
: a person or thing that is disliked
: something (such as a book or film) that is very bad
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