British word of the day

I don’t know if it’s true, but it feels true, that there are more words in British English than in American English. Today’s example is:

Manky

It means: adjective; dirty, filthy or bad and can be used like this:

It is manky weather today

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Gavin is a copywriter, software coder, and board gamer living in beautiful New Hampshire. He has been blogging since 2002 and has been a celiac since the early 1980s.
Gavin has traveled to over 40 countries and has lived in three countries on different continents.

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