Sentence for nasty | Use nasty in a sentence

Sentences for nasty. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use nasty in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for nasty.

  • Now for something nasty! (8)
  • Rather nasty. (8)
  • A nasty business! (8)
  • He is a nasty object. (10)
  • I hate your nasty sums! (8)
  • That was a nasty attack. (8)
  • It might have turned out nasty. (8)
  • Open carriages are nasty things. (4)
  • We shall get some nasty knocks out there. (8)
  • A job of this kind sometimes made nasty blood! (8)
  • Nothing happened; but it was a nasty business. (12)
  • That fellow Hughs could make himself quite nasty. (8)
  • Men have sometimes to do nasty work for their patrons. (10)
  • Choosing rather to be struck first, he vented nasty remarks. (10)
  • The descent was very nasty; there was a particularly bad traverse. (8)
  • Then his heart gave a nasty jump; and a quaking sensation overcame him. (8)
  • You and me could be very good friends; but I can be a very nasty enemy. (8)
  • He felt very giddy, and, after bandaging a nasty cut, lay down on his bed. (8)
  • In fact, what good would my telling him that mineral paint was nasty have done? (9)
  • She had that horrid Rainbow woman with her and would have been nasty to the doctor. (13)
  • Old Heythorp took it in fast enough; coming from a lawyer it was about as nasty as it could be. (8)
  • At any rate, it was a nasty joke on this Mr. Hart, who was his nephew and every one thought would be his heir. (13)

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Definition of nasty:

  • nasty, nas’ti, adj. dirty: filthy: obscene: disagreeable to the taste or smell: difficult to deal with: ill-natured: nauseous. | adv. nas’tily. | n. nas’tiness. (0)

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