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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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Another study shows that all-nighters might do lousily in their studies as compared to the early risers, but the former do well later in their lives even though they have heavy bags under their eyes.
This prompts her to treat him lousily enough to produce what in romantic-comedy terms would be the third-act crisis, which here includes the distracting presence of an actress on Gus' show (Briga Heelan), who's really nice because she's, well, Canadian.
Some student teachers reported, for example, their tutors would cut or correct their students' drawings because they had been done lousily, meaning the kids had painted out of the borders they were supposed to.