gagworthy

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

gag +‎ -worthy

AdjectiveEdit

gagworthy ‎(comparative more gagworthy, superlative most gagworthy)

  1. (informal) Disgusting
    • 1999 February 7, November 28, “Lisa (pseudonym)”[alt.2eggs.sausage.beans.tomatoes.2toast.largetea.cheerslove], Re:Grossest Breakfast ever?, Usenet:
      Doesn't matter how it's prepared, it's all gagworthy!!!
    • 2006, Melissa J. Morgan, Over & Out[1], ISBN 0448443260, page 134:
      With crumbly dirt crust and a few pink worms peeking out, the pie looked totally gagworthy!
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