A word of which the true meaning is known only by the user. Can be used to describe either a shady event/location/person, or a cool event/location/person. Has also been used to express degrees of confusion.
Sally: “Jim’s acting sketchy as hell.”
Mary: “What do you mean? That word makes no sense.”
Often used in skateboarding. Describes the rider as unsteady, a rider with lack of control over the board.
ohh this hang over sure makes me skate sketchy as ....
adj: jailbait accident waiting to happen. And by accident we mean piano-suspended-by-fishing-line style accident.
"Dude, I swear she is 18!" "No man, she seems Sketchy"
A commonly used word at SMU, often used to refer to a situation or person being "Sketch." The word can be used as "sketch," "sketchily," "sketchmiester," also interchangable with shiesty If you see someone being sketch at a party call them on it. Girls if a guy offers to buy you a drink and he's "sketch" watch him like a hawk bc he may slip a rufie in your drink.
Lee is sketchily touchy dani on her ass.
Lee is so sketch that no one wants to be alone with him.
He is SO sketchy that Robyn locks her door at night.
when a persons behaviour is not align, but they are not going on a tangent neither they are just there, somewhat paranoid.
when you talk fast, respond before you let the person you're talking to respond. Some symptoms of sketchyness.
A term often used at the Peddie school when someone looks out of place or dirty, generally used in reference to townies
. Sometimes used to describe places.
Look at that punk with dirty hair, he's so sketchy
Originated as a skateboarding term, meaning "sloppy landing". Now commonly used as "uncertain, unfriendly, creepy, unsafe".
1. That trick was sketchy. I'm going to re-do it.
2. This neighborhood looks sketchy, let's get out of here.
3. He looks kind of sketchy, I don't think I can trust him.