nastiness : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a state characterized by foul or disgusting dirt and refuse
- n malevolence by virtue of being malicious or spiteful or nasty
- n the quality of being unpleasant
I flinched at the nastiness of his wound
- But beware, he warns: One jerk's nastiness can pollute the water cooler.
- But director Richard Eyre and screenwriter Patrick Marber keep forcing us past disbelief and into the perverse pleasures of nastiness.
- Martinez lamely blamed "Young Turks" on his staff for the nastiness.
News & Articles
- 5 Countries With No U.S. Extradition Treaty
Fleeing to a country with no extradition treaty may safeguard you, at least for a bit, from the nastiness of being dragged into criminal court in the United States.
June 11, 2013 - FindLaw
- Daniele De Rossi in The Associated Press
We're lacking a bit of everything,De Rossi said Friday when asked to analyze the squad's scoring problems. "A bit more nastiness would certainly help. The ball has been skidding away and it hasn't been easy to complete that last pass. But...
- Arnold Schwarzenegger in Los Angeles Times
There is no nastiness in the discussions -- no blowups, chairs flying and what usually are the routines -- there's none of that,Schwarzenegger said at a morning news conference. "So I think that we have a good shot of getting the budget...
- David Weir in Sportinglife.com
To be fair to him, he did apologise,said Weir. "But he doesn't need to apologise, I don't think it's necessary. Alan has had the right intentions. There was no malice or nastiness and I think it was very harsh on him. I thought he was a...