nastiness (Meaning)

Wordnet

nastiness (n)

a state characterized by foul or disgusting dirt and refuse

malevolence by virtue of being malicious or spiteful or nasty

the quality of being highly unpleasant

Webster

nastiness (n.)

The quality or state of being nasty; extreme filthness; dirtiness; also, indecency; obscenity.

nastiness Sentence Examples

  1. The nastiness of his tone sent shivers down our spines.
  2. The room was permeated with a faint but unmistakable nastiness.
  3. Her remarks were characterized by a malicious nastiness.
  4. The nastiness of the situation made it impossible to cooperate effectively.
  5. The nasty smell emanating from the garbage bin was unbearable.
  6. The nastiness of the weather had put a damper on our plans.
  7. Her nastiness was a mask for her own insecurities.
  8. The nastiness of the accident shocked and horrified witnesses.
  9. The nastiness of their divorce proceedings left a bitter taste in everyone's mouths.
  10. The nasty prank had consequences far beyond the initial act.

FAQs About the word nastiness

a state characterized by foul or disgusting dirt and refuse, malevolence by virtue of being malicious or spiteful or nasty, the quality of being highly unpleasa

venom,malice, spite, cruelty, hatred, meanness, bitterness, despite, maliciousness, cattiness

civility, love, passion, hospitality, friendliness, cordiality, amiability, hospitality, civility, cordiality

The nastiness of his tone sent shivers down our spines.

The room was permeated with a faint but unmistakable nastiness.

Her remarks were characterized by a malicious nastiness.

The nastiness of the situation made it impossible to cooperate effectively.