noisome, muddy, atrocious, undeserving, unworthy, horrifying, clean, vile, pathetic, nauseating, execrable, slippy, suffering, queasy, miserable, deplorable, piteous, offensive, nauseous, despicable, ugly, frightful, hapless, surly, sludgy, pitiful, horrible, woeful, loathsome, slushy, miry, mucky, slimed, worthless, sickening, misfortunate, pitiable, wretched, oozy, poor
lubricated (part of speech: adjective)
- It was eleven hours' walking on the way up, and then, after the wild day and half a night under shell- fire and machine- gun fire, eleven hours down again, in shell- holes and out of them, falling every few yards, crawling on hands and knees through slimy trenches, staggering up by the help of a comrade's arm and going on again with set jaws, and the cry of " No surrender!" - "From Bapaume to Passchendaele, 1917", Philip Gibbs.
- Water was flowing through a rotten sluice gate down from the level of the stream upon a slimy water- wheel that must have been out of action for many years. - "The Altar Steps", Compton MacKenzie.
- It is slimy, and rather firm, not so soft and yielding as the Jelly- fish. - "On the Seashore", R. Cadwallader Smith.