lousy

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pe·dic·u·lous

(pĕ-dik'yū-lŭs),
Infested with lice.
Synonym(s): lousy

lousy

(lou′zē)
adj. lous·ier, lous·iest
Infested with lice.

lous′i·ly adv.
lous′i·ness n.

lousy

Microbiology
adjective Louse-infested.
 
Vox populi
adjective A colloquial term referring to a state of physical malaise, as in feeling lousy.
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In The Next Hundred Million, the America of 2050 sounds like a gigantic version of the San Fernando Valley of 2010, just with lousier weather.
I've heard the state lotteries pay lousier returns than the old private ones paid out run by the Jews, Italians, or Irish.
Instead, you have two lousy groups (and I use the term "groups" very loosely) that sound even lousier together.
What an inspiration the Olympics have been, providing a welcome if temporary lift to our spirits from the lousy weather and the even lousier economy.
He now looks forward to a mouthwatering jumps season which, if you take out the Festival, Aintree and a handful of other highlights, is largely made up of mediocre animals running on lousy ground for even lousier prizemoney.
Such is the case this day, and as the sound of 70,000 Husky fans howling in disappointment floats over the parking lot, Crouch lifts a glass, smiles, and says, "The lousier the team, the better the party.
But a lethal combination of lazy workers, lousy managers and lousier cars destroyed it.