Sketchy meaning

skĕchē
Resembling a comedy sketch, of sketch quality.
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Having the form of a sketch; presenting only major parts or points; not detailed.
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(slang) Of questionable or doubtful quality.

The sketchy repair job did not look like it would hold.

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(slang, of a person) Suspected of taking part in illicit or dishonorable dealings.

Because he is so sketchy, I always think that he is up to something.

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Resembling a sketch; drawn with little detail.

A sketchy map.

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Lacking completeness; rough; inadequate.
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Roughly or hastily laid out; intended for later refinement.

The first draft included a sketchy design.

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(slang, of a person) Disturbing or unnerving, often in such a way that others may suspect them of intending physical or sexual harm or harassment.

Jack is so sketchy, I think he's stalking me.

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Missing important points or lacking in detail; not thorough.

Sketchy evidence; sketchy memories.

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Origin of sketchy

  • sketch +"Ž -y

    From Wiktionary