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Spell check of crummy

Correct spelling: crummy

Synonyms:
tacky, dusty, obscene, suboptimal, wretched, putrid, brassy, unhygenic, sloppy, sordid, bad, pitiful, shoddy, wrong, low-grade, loud, chinchy, disgusting, gimcrack, sour, dirty, muddy, wanting, off, unsatisfactory, foul, toxic, substandard, unacceptable, dire, grubby, cheesy, tawdry, garish, bum, unclean, murky, defiled, shabby, ill, squalid, offensive, untidy, bush-league, trashy, second-rate, dissatisfactory, septic, festering, scatological, schlocky, base, embarrassing, inexpensive, gaudy, icky, odious, sleazy, smutty, good, tatty, mucky, unsanitary, dingy, grungy, bush, chintzy, meretricious, seamy, flash, infectious, seedy, slovenly, punk, wack, lousy, filthy, subpar, flashy, terrible, impure, scruffy, inferior, disgraceful, poor, lame, miserable, fetid, deficient, paltry, tinny, grimy, insalubrious, rotten, cheap.

Antonyms:
excellent, suitable, supernal, so-so, fancy, grand, classic, keen, borderline, gratifying, sterling, middling, tolerable, swell, acceptable, par excellence, perfect, jim-dandy, adequate, first-class, top-notch, better, satisfying, decent, passable, groovy, splendid, minimal, crackerjack, respectable, fine, bang-up, great, first-rate, superlative, unsurpassed, sensational, superb, useful, mediocre, stellar, special, dandy, premium, fabulous, mean, marvelous, worthy, exceptional, slick, nifty, satisfactory, capital, heavenly, top, high-grade, superior, fair, tip-top, prime, sufficient, wonderful, divine, banner, average, OK, classical, all right, noble, terrific, choice, unexceptional, standard, boss, A1, neat.

Examples of usage:

1) Then Jess went into the byre, lifting up her house gown and covering it with the dust- coloured milking overall, in which she attended to Speckly and Crummy. - "The Lilac Sunbonnet", S.R. Crockett.

2) The morning paper, despised of Zebedee but eagerly devoured nevertheless, was scattered all over the divan and floor, and a bag of bananas Blanche had been intrusted with was in a state of dishabille on the crummy table. - "Vacation with the Tucker Twins", Nell Speed.

3) On the bank appeared a short, crummy, pursy kind of man, whose efforts to board the steamer were notably ridiculous. - "Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah and Meccah", Sir Richard Francis Burton.

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