Also, skeever. an immoral or repulsive person.
verb (used with object)
to cause disgust in (often followed by out):
This place is so full of mold that it really skeeves me out.
to be disgusted by:
people who skeeve public restrooms.
verb (used without object)
to cause disgust or feel disgusted:
The mess just made me skeeve.
adjective, skeevier, skeeviest. Slang. 1. not respectable; immoral. 2. slovenly and disgusting; repulsive. adjective disgusting or distasteful; nasty, sleazy Examples Some say Wal-mart and other big box stores are skeevy operations. Word Origin from Italian schifo ‘disgust’ Usage Note US skedaddle
noun a sleazy or disreputable person Examples What a skeeze he is to sleep in while we are working. Word Origin by 1989 Usage Note slang
adjective, skeezier, skeeziest. Slang. 1. skeevy. adjective sleazy; distasteful Examples The alley was filled with skeezy old men. Word Origin 1992 Usage Note slang
noun, Nautical. 1. a projection supporting a rudder at its lower end, located abaft a sternpost or rudderpost. 2. an extension of the keel of a small craft, designed to improve steering. noun (nautical) 1. a reinforcing brace between the after end of a keel and the rudderpost 2. a support at the bottom of […]