Definition of smutty:
ill-scented, smelly, grim, grotty, black-market, gutter, corny, stinking, dark, off-color, bemired, fatal, revolting, foetid, indecent, bootleg, unsporting, jokey, smudged, X-rated, profane, funky, ignominious, dirty, decent, disgustful, unprintable, mordant, yucky, fateful, shameful, contraband, crude, barnyard, stained, hoary, dim, disastrous, pornographic, loathly, distasteful, Fescennine, scatologic, begrimed, vulgar, raunchy, sullied, locker-room, befouled, nasty, sinister, inglorious, trashy, repelling, awful, foul-smelling, tight, gross, disgraceful, porny, filthy, saucy, lascivious, noisome, cruddy, stag, cheating, draggled, bawdy, wicked, wanton, blue, pitch-dark, afoul, calamitous, smuggled, skanky, bleak, cornball, bedraggled, repellent, fouled, lousy, unsportsmanlike, spicy, soiled, naughty, black, suggestive, repellant, loathsome, lewd, foul, blackened, marked-up, broad, opprobrious, ribald, clean, pitch-black, uncleanly, besmirched, scurrilous, coarse, lewd.
unclean (part of speech: adjective)
At first she thought her nose must be smutty, or her bonnet on crooked, or her frock torn; but when it turned out that everything about her was according to the prevailing fashions of cleanliness and correctness, she was quite content to be the observed of all observers in her neighbourhood.- "The Bishop and the Boogerman", Joel Chandler Harris.
His collar was crumpled and smutty with the descent of many signs, a salmon- pink necktie had quarreled with a lavender shirt and retreated toward one ear, one cuff had broken loose and one sulked up the sleeve.- "The Varmint", Owen Johnson F. R. Gruger.
- "The Last Harvest", John Burroughs.