crummy crummy  /ˈkrə mi/


  • (adj) of very poor quality; flimsy



  1. He wore blue jeans and stayed up late and came to the crummy dives with us to eat.
  2. Evil, which can be so crummy and ordinary, always enjoys a tabloid touch.
  3. People may notice they feel crummy a few hours after eating junk food.


  1. Pilarski on gaming: Casino gigs definitely have their share of perks

    QUESTION: I am working two crummy jobs, and was looking to go into the casino business. We have three casinos in close proximity to where I live. I hear that dealers make a decent living, which I am sure is more than I am making now. Should I make the leap into the casino business?
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Mason Valley News

  2. The 'Lost' Beatles Concert Sony Won't Let You See

    The crummy Let It Be musical gets to go to Broadway, a documentary about the Fab Four's secretary gets to use their songs, but footage of a full "lost" Beatles concert will not be coming to a theater near you...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Spin

  3. Even A Small Change In Habits Helps Fend Off Stroke

    This is not one of those posts that is going to beat you up for doing a crummy job exercising, eating better and all the other things you're failing to do to ward off death. Instead, this post is here to say that if you improve one thing just one teeny bit, it's going to lower your risk of having...
    on June 7, 2013     Source: Georgia Public Broadcasting


  1. "A course like this is made for me," said Levi, who underwent double bypass surgery last year and made his return at this tournament, finishing in a tie for 33rd. "Even when your game's kind of crummy and you're not playing worth a darn, you...
    on Jun 25, 2010 By: Wayne Levi Source: The Associated Press

  2. "I thought there were four catchable balls and one crummy throw to the right-hand side," Weis said.
    on Mar 4, 2007 By: Charlie Weis Source: Forbes

  3. "That's the big thing," Hoffman said. "I've had a pretty [crummy] April, so it's nice to see the calendar turn over. In this situation, with what Yovani had done all night, battling and pitching his tail off for our ballclub. From a personal...
    on May 1, 2010 By: Trevor Hoffman Source:

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