(Aus./US) something, occas. someone disgusting or deplorable.
|Runyon on Broadway (1954) 331: It is a stinkeroo, because there is little skill and no science whatever in it.‘Undertaker Song’ in|
|Pittsburgh Courier (PA) 25 Nov. 7/1: The stark memory of it [i.e. a piece of journalism] forever rising up to remind me that I can can be a stinkeroo too.|
|Poor Man’s Orange 32: Do you ever go into a posh private hospital [...] with your tribe of pop-eyed young louts and let them have a squint at one of them pampered poodles of women? Nice stinkeroo if you did, eh?|
|letter 17 Dec. in Leader (2000) 567: It strikes me as somewhat of a stinkeroo.|
|Barry McKenzie [comic strip] in Complete Barry McKenzie (1988) 41: Whenever we had a stinkeroo of a day we used to go down to the beach.|
|Dict. of Invective (1991) 374: The intensive stinkeroo, stinko, and stinkpot (the last usually applying to people not things).|