Poxy



/ˈpɒksɪ/
adjective (slang) poxier, poxiest
1.
having or having had syphilis
2.
rotten; lousy
adjective

infected with a pox
Word Origin

from chickenpox, smallpox
adj.

1853 in literal sense, from pox + -y (2). As a deprecatory adjective, attested in English dialects by 1899.

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