An abhorment, grimey
specimen of the human race. Usually characterized by being totally unashamed/oblivious of one's physical unappealing apperance and showing it off publicly. Also characterized by sticking out pubes, overgrown chest hair (especially nipple hair), unibrows, tight underwear around the crouch.
"Don't look behind you now, but an overweight 30 year-old is running down the boardwalk." "Oh God. He's wearing purple speedos. How skeevy."
Shifty, sleazy, creepy, dirty, dodgy, nasty.
1)"Have you seen Britney Spears' latest husband? Ugh, he's so skeevy. How could she BREED with someone like that?"
2)"Eeeew, look at that skeevy guy over there with the white plastic shoes. Oh my God, is his hair slicked back with VASELINE? I can almost smell the Brut from here."
3)"Of course there's no guarantee. He bought the thing from some skeevy dude in an alley."
From the Italian word "schifoso" meaning disgusting, detestable, rotten, repulsive, foul, hideous, loathsome, distasteful, lousy, filthy.
Whatever happened to Skeevy Richie?
adj. Sleazy, disgusting, distasteful, shady, gross, creepy, icky. This slang word was popular in Brooklyn, NY, USA in the 1950's and 1960's. It comes from the Italian word Schifo; meaning, 'disgust'.
The word also came from a twitter message written by New Kids on the Block member, Jonathan Knight, on July 11th, 2009 around 9:45 AM, EST as a reply to "jordan_doll" who seemed to have doubted the existence of this word in the vernacular. Little did "jordan_doll" know, that indeed, Jonathan was right, as it IS a word with a real definition, and a very old history of it as well! :D
@JonathanRKnight said: "Hotel beds are skeevy... in Vegas the skeevyiest of all! Trying to sleep, but keep thinking I'm lying on a protein sponge!"
@Jordan_doll inadvertently used the conjugated form of the word "skeevy" in his reply to Jonathan, when he said: "Skeevyist?!? *looks in dictionary* nope can't find it"
"Maybe it's the skeevy look in your eyes, or that your mind has turned to applesauce ..." Janine's answer how she's resisting the singer's charm, from Steely Dan's "Cousin Dupree."
A word from the 1970s, meaning "freaky" or "disturbing." It was often used by the younger population of the United States, like teenagers.
Our new neighbor, Mr. Rogers, really gives me the skeevies!
A word used to describe things or people that are generally gross. Appropriate when talking about things that are unclassy, greasy, unsanitary, and overall undesirable and nasty.
Greasy people are skeevy.
Gross things skeeve you out.
Gross and nasty
"Girls don't fart, only skeevy stoners fart." Jay and Silent Bob Stike Back