filthy

Part of speech: adverb

Filthily.

Part of speech: noun

Filthiness.

Part of speech: adjective

Of the nature of or containing filth; foul; obscene.

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Usage examples "filthy":

  1. We went to bed again, and the forsaken child of some half- animal mother, now perhaps asleep in some filthy lodging for tramps, lay in my Ethelwyn's bosom. - "The Seaboard Parish Volume 1", George MacDonald.
  2. His righteousness was self- righteousness, it was as filthy rags. - "Fletcher of Madeley", Frederic W. Macdonald.
  3. And they came upon one of those, a tall man, limping on feet covered with strips of filthy rag. - "Ride Proud, Rebel!", Andre Alice Norton.