Adj. a shortened form of the word nasty
. 1. awesome
; of, having, or being something so far beyond amazing that it is practically nauseating.
; used to describe something truly disgusting.
NOTE: One can infer the intended meaning from context (i.e. situation, tone, body language, etc.).
1. "Ohhoho, nast!" Dave yelled, amazed by his teammate's awesome move.
2. After tasting the meat loaf, Sarah groaned in disgust, "Aw, nast..."
Adjective. Basically short for nasty, but used when repulsed beyond the state of nasty.
That is nast!
a word used to describe anything. usually used during a intense conversation between a group, or more than one individual.
1. "oh my god you little nast." 2. "did you see that one little nast over there?" 3. "nastbucket" 4. "nast nast nast"
An object, smell, or sensation that can be described as nasty.
"I'm not picking that thing up, it has nast all over it!"
The noun form of nasty, generally used to designate something unidentifiable that is nasty.
That festering bucket over there is full of nast.
short for nasty, because that of course is a mouth full. In other words: gross, disgusting, or replusive.
She won't out with you. She says your nast.
Noun form of the word "nasty". A word used to describe any unidentified substance or aggregate of matter, which doesn't necessarily have to be particularly nasty.
Patron: "Waiter, can we have some more of that tasty green nast?"
Waiter: "Do you mean the Tomatillo Salsa?"
Patron: "That's the stuff!"
the act of being nasty
That boy was really nast.