dinge, pollution, sordidness, squalor, squalidness, clean, unwholesomeness, uncleanliness, filth, defilement, blackness, nastiness, soilage.
uncleanness (part of speech: noun)
I may eat, drink, dance, sing, swear, live in uncleanness,
just as my inclinations lead me.
- "A Solemn Caution Against the Ten Horns of Calvinism", Thomas Taylor.
Every minute there was some engagement, some fresh alarm; the towers were burning, the Eaters of Uncleanness
were leaping across the palisades; their hands would be struck off with axes; others would hasten up; an iron hail would fall upon the tents.
- "Salammbo", Gustave Flaubert.
But apparently to complete the type, the law gave to it the artificial contagion of ceremonial uncleanness,
and banished the unhappy sufferer from the dwellings of men.
- "The Gospel According to St. Mark", G. A. Chadwick.