Shmatta and Schlump

Shmatta–A rag– often used despairingly to refer to someone’s tattered, unfashionable, or ugly clothes, especially head coverings.

Schlump(y)- sloppy, slovenly, unbecoming, dowdy.

E.g.– Oy! Look at that shmatta she’s wearing! What a schlump!

 

 

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