rough-cut, unscoured, dingy, declassed, prole, low, base, lower-class, low-life, dirty, uncouth, proletarian, gross, humble, lowborn, plebeian, usual, baseborn, coarse, vernacular, crude, lowly, ignoble, mean, over, unlaved, common, lumpen, unclean, soiled, inferior, mutual, unscrubbed, vulgar, earthy
dirty (part of speech: verb)
- To eat with unwashed hands, said our Saviour to those who were offended, doth not defile a man." - "Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 1 (of 3)", Isaac D'Israeli.
- Well toward the front there sat another guest, whom the eye of the matron- of- honor encountered with some distaste; an unwashed- looking person with a peddler's pack on the floor at his feet, whose beaming, innocent gaze missed no detail of the ceremony. - "Kildares of Storm", Eleanor Mercein Kelly.
- He came at once, and found the poor soul in a fatal illness, left alone in unspeakable dirt and squalor in a sort of out- house, with unwashed bed- clothes, no one to feed or tend her, and food which she could not touch put roughly beside her once a day. - "A Northern Countryside", Rosalind Richards.