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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
manky
adjective
EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS
▪ His nails were so manky they looked like slugs hanging off his fingers.
▪ I've managed to get them pretty manky from time to time and a spin through the washing machine brings them up as good as new.
Wiktionary
manky

a. (context British Scotland Ireland slang English) unpleasant dirty and disgusting.

WordNet
manky
  1. adj. inferior and worthless

  2. [also: mankiest, mankier]

Wikipedia
Manky (video game)

Manky is a 2009 platform game developed by Peter Vaas (Omega120) for the Commodore 64 and released in the Public Domain.

Usage examples of "manky".

When the song was over, Manky snorted with contempt and burped hugely into the microphone.

Various dubious-looking types, a rusty clockwork fireman, a manky straw dog and some barely dressed dollies were hustled into the spotlight to tell their tales of drunkenness and debauchery, point accusing fingers and paws.

Without speaking, we became a pair of elderly, slightly manky cats, which hobbled out from under the car and away across a stretch of lawn toward a thick clump of bushes.

But Upper Street, which sounds like a leftover from some manky Lower Street, is wide, busy, and important.

Various dubious-looking types, a rusty clockwork fireman, a manky straw dog and some barely dressed dollies were hustled into the spotlight to tell their tales of drunkenness and debauchery, point accusing fingers and paws.