1. (orig. US) very bad.
|in Derelicts of Company K (1978) 374: Jesus Christ! We’re at the shit-ass end of nowhere.|
|Face of War 71: Ah, shitass.|
|Numbers (1968) 126: If it hadn’t been for that shitass car in Lafayette Park last night.|
|Among Thieves 442: This shit-assed bunch of cons kept bitching about sending food in.|
|Outcasts of Foolgarah (1975) 123: Why this shitaceous Sabbath journey?|
|Carlito’s Way 70: I hereby order the D.A. committed for ninety days [...] for presenting such a shit-ass case.|
|Dead Zone (1980) 35: Sarah heard the roustabout who had lost his bet grumble [...] ‘Shitass luck’.|
|Drylongso 128: For instance, you take this shit-assed travel number [...] what kind of help is that?|
|Brown’s Requiem 119: A shit-ass town like this having a championship course.|
|Paco’s Story (1987) 10: You stare at a couple of hundred metres of shitty-ass marsh.|
|Acid House 13: Did it really matter what indistinct shite-arsed towns [...] I was dragged through.‘Eurotrash’ in|
|Hooky Gear 180: Its the sort of party wha happen every Sat night in every shitarse burb with whoevers left standin in the local at chuck-out.|
|Snitch Jacket 69: Shit-ass thief!|
2. (US) annoyed.
|(con. 1950s) Unit Pride (1981) 69: I could see he was shit-ass, but I didn’t care.|