- Crazy, odd, unique, and interesting female
Vanessa, you are wanky.
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wanky — adjective a) Like a wanker; foolish or objectionable. I do feel like a bit of a jealous wanky idiot. b) Pretentious. Must always have a worse time than me at parties. Must hate parties, students, arty wankers, wanky art students, parties with… … Wiktionary
wanky — adj British meagre, inadequate, disappointing. A popular term amongst schoolchildren, also used in the TV comedy Men Behav ing Badly in 1995, formed from wank(er) and possibly influenced by manky … Contemporary slang
wanky — adjective Brit. vulgar slang contemptible, worthless, or stupid … English new terms dictionary
wanky — Adj. Rubbish, of very poor quality … English slang and colloquialisms
wanky — wan·ky … English syllables
wanky — /ˈwæŋki/ (say wangkee) adjective Colloquial 1. self glorifying and egotistical. 2. pretentious. –wankiness, noun –wankily, adverb … Australian English dictionary
wanky — ˈwaŋkē adjective ( er/ est) Etymology: alteration of wankle dialect : weak, feeble … Useful english dictionary
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wonky — /wong kee/, adj., wonkier, wonkiest. 1. Brit. Slang. a. shaky, groggy, or unsteady. b. unreliable; not trustworthy. 2. Slang. stupid; boring; unattractive. [1920 25; perh. var. of dial. wanky, equiv. to wank(le) (ME wankel, OE wancol; see WENCH)… … Universalium