English version

icky

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishickyick‧y /ˈɪki/ adjective spoken  UNPLEASANTvery unpleasant, especially to look at, taste, or feel syn yucky There was some icky black stuff between the tiles.
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ickyWhat's this icky black stuff on the tree?The grandedame gestures of the late fifties had gone, the overblown and icky sentiment had gone.
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