Definition of Nastier

1. Adjective. (comparative of nasty) ¹



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Definition of Nastier

1. nasty [adj] - See also: nasty

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nastier

nasopharynx
nasopharynxes
nasorostral
nasoseptal
nasosinusitis
nasotracheal intubation
nasotracheal tube
nasoturbinal
nasoturbinals
nasoturbinate
nasoturbinates
nastalik
nastaliks
nastic
nastier (current term)
nasties
nastiest
nastika
nastily
nastiness
nastinesses
nastrophite
nasturtia
nasturtion
nasturtions
nasturtium
nasturtium family
nasturtiums

Literary usage of Nastier

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1. An Introductory History of England by Charles Robert Leslie Fletcher (1909)
"... the Tory opposition to them and to the war becomes nastier and nastier. When, by 1709, the British objects of the war are practically attained, ..."

2. The Complaynt of Scotlande Wyth Ane Exortatione to the Thre Estaits to be by Henry, James Harrison, Edward Seymour Somerset, James Augustus Henry Murray, Nicholas Bodrugan (1872)
"The nice daughter comes back ten times nicer, and marries a bonnie young prince ; but the nasty daughter, when sent, comes back ten times nastier, ..."

3. Down to the Sea, Yarns from the Labrador by Wilfred Thomason Grenfell (1910)
"Well, it got nastier and nastier as I got over, but of course I couldn't face back in the small boat, so I just had to make the best of it. ..."

4. Down to the Sea, Yarns from the Labrador by Wilfred Thomason Grenfell (1910)
"Well, it got nastier and nastier as I got over, but of course I couldn't face back in the small boat, so I just had to make the best of it. ..."

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