suckworthy

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From suck +‎ -worthy.

AdjectiveEdit

suckworthy (comparative more suckworthy, superlative most suckworthy)

  1. (informal) Worthless or inferior; sucky.
    • 2005, The Bulletin (issues 6477-6485, page 74)
      [] (somewhere there exists a cell of memo-generators catering exclusively to the suckworthy memo needs of public broadcasters).
    • 2011, Holden Blunts, The Quotable Stoner
      It's suckworthy for foreigners, though, since the Poison is a lot less common outside South Africa. We're all hoping the recent World Cup provided opportunities for some covert exports and that soon, we can all score.