moth-eaten, tinny, paltry, ailing, shabby, chinchy, junky, crappy, trampy, bedraggled, crummy, trashy, shoddy, poor, peaked, cheesy, low-grade, gossamery, gimcrack, devious, broken-down, timeworn, wretched, loud, flyblown, rubbishy, untruthful, dubious, punk, slutty, better, corrupt, thin, ratty, filmy, scrubby, unwell, scruffy, cut-rate, brassy, run-down, flash, deceitful, sickly, bombed-out, good, trumpery, dilapidated, sluttish, gauzy, grungy, skanky, tacky, mangy, bum, bad, down-at-the-heels, down-at-heel, lousy, low-rent, el cheapo, faded, unscrupulous, schlock, meretricious, execrable, unprincipled, rotten, dingy, miserable, dishonest, beat-up, second-rate, neglected, tatty, decrepit, insubstantial, inexpensive, bargain-basement, threadbare, seamy, dirty, cheapjack, squalid, tumbledown, mean, slatternly, inferior, under the weather, decaying, frothy, poorly, flashy, dumpy, mediocre, cobwebby, terrible, tattered, schlocky, dog-eared, unsubstantial, disreputable, seedy, tatterdemalion, fraudulent, cunning, rundown, indisposed, gossamer
dirty (part of speech: verb)
vulgar (part of speech: adjective)
earthy, crude, salty, philistine, cheap, degraded, low, gaudy, common, depraved, barnyard, rude, gross, unpolished, tactless, sordid, repulsive, inelegant, homespun, animal, offensive, colloquial, shameless, unbecoming, base, profane, boorish, ignoble, undignified, rough, cockney, raw, rank, crass, glaring, tasteless, coarse, indelicate, ignominious, tawdry, unrefined, barbaric, brazen, scandalous, graceless, clumsy, unseemly, in bad taste, ill-bred, chintzy, coarse-grained, revolting, outlandish, brutish, obscene, vulgar, idiomatic, garish, broad
- The press in the corner still held a few clothes, threadbare and sleazy, and in the desk were some dry letters and a Business Book- at least, that's how it was marked- with lists of names, each having an occupation or task set down opposite it, I suppose the names of long- dead slaves. - "A Woman Named Smith", Marie Conway Oemler.
- These winter garments appear to be made of a mixture of cotton and wool, very coarse and sleazy. - "The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Omnibus", American Anti-Slavery Society.
- If you had been standing behind her chair you would have seen, emerging miraculously from the white surface under Fanny's pencil, a thin, undersized little figure in sleazy black and white, whose face, under the cheap hat, was upturned and rapturous. - "Fanny Herself", Edna Ferber.