- n a distinctive odor that is offensively unpleasant
- v be extremely bad in quality or in one's performance
This term paper stinks!
- v smell badly and offensively
- The assumption has been that even if the toxic waste bonds really stink, the quality tranches can keep the CDO above water.
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- Variants: Designing flexibility into your game
Achievements stink, designer Keith Burgun has argued. But players want a variety of goals. Here he outlines his alternative: variants -- and explains how to protect your design while offering choice. ...
June 12, 2013 - Gamasutra
- Is Phil Hughes a Good Fit for the Los Angeles Angels?
COMMENTARY | The only thing we know for certain about the Los Angeles Angels is that they certainly stink. But with 15 weeks or so remaining in the season, there's still time to make a move or two to bail out this sinking ship.
June 11, 2013 - Yahoo! Contributor Network via Yahoo! Sports
- Destructive stink bugs show up in soybeans earlier than expected
Jeff Davis, LSU AgCenter entomologist, is finding stink bugs in agricultural fields earlier this year than expected.
June 9, 2013 - The News-Star
- Karl Rove in FOXNews
My view is this is unfortunately a very big attempt by some in the Congress to make a political stink about it,presidential adviser Karl Rove on Thursday told a crowd of more than 700 at an event hosted by the University of Arkansas Clinton...
- Johnny Rotten in Malaysia Star
That really is a reformation isn't it? But honestly that's like soggy old dead carcasses,Johnny Rotten said. "You know listening to Stink try to squeak through Roxanne one more time that's not fun."
- Joe DeLamielleure in USA Today
Our pensions stink,the 56-year-old DeLamielleure said.