prankish, resistant, vile, ill-scented, good, wicked, loathsome, atrocious, unholy, cruddy, stinking, marked-up, mean, fouled, smelly, afoul, loathly, revolting, lousy, unsporting, terrible, pain, arch, noisome, despicable, sickening, rebarbative, rotten, horrid, mischievous, nefarious, implike, disgustful, puckish, despisable, unwholesome, contemptible, foul-smelling, funky, impish, low, yucky, like, repellant, abominable, foetid, antipathetic, detestable, wretched, skanky, severe, queasy, repellent, unsportsmanlike, repugnant, cheating, abhorrent, pixilated, ugly, unsavoury, sinful, infamous, nauseous
disagreeable (part of speech: adjective)
unclean (part of speech: adjective)
insalubrious, defiled, murky, grimy, grubby, toxic, sloppy, scruffy, unclean, crummy, untidy, dirty, foul, squalid, festering, unhygenic, fetid, obscene, smutty, dingy, odious, dusty, shabby, grungy, unsanitary, infectious, mucky, icky, sordid, impure, septic, filthy, putrid, slovenly, scatological, muddy
unsavory (part of speech: adjective)
displeasing (part of speech: verb)
- The mixture of their viands with dirty rags, and other disgusting objects, proved that they possess no sentiment, in regard to cleanliness, superior to lower animals. - "A Morning's Walk from London to Kew", Richard Phillips.
- After we had crawled in this disgusting fashion for a matter of a couple of hundred feet we were halted by our escort. - "The Gods of Mars", Edgar Rice Burroughs.
- " I would rather see the child dead than married to one of those disgusting people," the Princess said. - "The Heart of Rome", Francis Marion Crawford.