dirty (part of speech: verb)
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unclean (part of speech: adjective)
icky, septic, filthy, fetid, scatological, defiled, muddy, foul, mucky, odious, unclean, shabby, sordid, grungy, insalubrious, impure, squalid, grubby, unhygenic, smutty, scruffy, untidy, festering, dusty, disgusting, sloppy, putrid, dirty, unsanitary, infectious, crummy, slovenly, murky, offensive, obscene, toxic, dingy
- I was taken aback with the vision of the Wolf figure in the grimy passage, a fiend in the intoxication of opium, and stammered for a reply. - "Blindfolded", Earle Ashley Walcott.
- By the end of the month Paul was fighting in the last ditch, wandering disconsolately among those who dwell in outer darkness and have grimy thumbs. - "The Man Upstairs and Other Stories", P. G. Wodehouse.
- Folding his arms, which were almost too short to fold, he stood before the single window, gazing through its grimy glass at the brick wall opposite, as though determined to find something cheerful in the outlook. - "Explorers of the Dawn", Mazo de la Roche.