Definition of filth:
smear, excrement, gunk, smut fungus, poop, ordure, scum, spot, smut, carrion, crudity, mud, spite, grime, manure, scandal, decent, putrefaction, pornography, porn, garbage, trash, indecency, bawdiness, lubricating oil, expletive, pus, scuzz, soot, smudge, brand, abuse, silt, raininess, foul matter, swearword, uncleanness, dust, blot, sediment, invective, territory, bad language, squalor, corruption, dirt, muck, raunch, slush, lewdness, commonness, land, grubbiness, crap, malodorousness, stinkiness, impurity, pollution, discolouration, mark, scatology, four-letter word, crock, dirty word, grossness, profanity, salacity, slime, offal, mess, contamination, lampblack, rottenness, griminess, malicious gossip, coarseness, fetidness, putrescence, lees, turd, salaciousness, discoloration, grunge, curse, nastiness, ribaldry, excreta, impureness, sewage, crud, squalor, vulgarism, crudeness, bawdry, coprolite, guano, raunchiness, murk, dregs, blueness, spitefulness, rankness, skank, feces, foulness, shit, wantonness, stain, filthiness, soil, uncleanliness, smuttiness, shite, slop, muck, clean, carbon black, dirtiness, uncleanness, cattiness, mire, sludge, ground, erotica, putridity, lasciviousness, obscenity, dung, stigma, bitchiness, smirch, vulgarity, grease, imprecation, porno.
- "Superwomen", Albert Payson Terhune.
- "Christology of the Old Testament: And a Commentary on the Messianic Predictions, v. 1", Ernst Wilhelm Hengstenberg.
Gruesome tales had been told me of its filth and horror, and the wretched condition of the prisoners; I had even heard that from the street you might see them pressing against the barred windows with arms thrust through, begging the passer- by for money or bread.- "The Land of The Blessed Virgin; Sketches and Impressions in Andalusia", William Somerset Maugham.