clarty

clarty

(ˈklɑːtɪ; Scottish ˈklærtɪ)
adj, clartier or clartiest
dialect Scot and Northern English dirty, esp covered in mud; filthy
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Clarty Cat completed the squelchy 5K course yesterday wearing a Team KB vest in memory of student Kate Bowman.
Shankhouse, whose recent form has seen them escape the relegation zone, travel to Carlisle City decimated by cry-offs including, injury, cricket, birthdays, a clarty party and holiday clothes shopping.
Clarty in the songs is so vital in G and S, and Ian Grange has pin-sharp diction.
in front appeared a filthy pond covered with ducks and duckweed, from which the whole tenement had derived the unharmonious designation of Clarty Hole'.
And the animals seem chuffed that their clarty keeper is joining in the fun in their mud wallow at Blair Drummond.
verses with common words like scunner, clarty, thrawn,
Nathan Fernandes ENTERTAINMENT: Clarty Bairns - a new muddy obstacle course for all the family - is hoping to raise money for the NECCR.
In the same way that nearly all those interminable TV chefs are men, faffing about with their arty clarty culinary designs meant to be photographed not eaten, I could throw furniture at the telly.
When a wee guy or gal heaves their clarty trainers up on to a bus or train seat, we demand they remove them.
Now in The Eejits they are honkin, maukit, bowfin and clarty and Mrs Eejit's hackitness is revealed in all its manky glory.
Your loving husband Dave, Julie, Clarty, Dawn, John, Eddie, Joanne, Alison, Garry, Amanda, Jamie and Grandchildren xxx.
The duo - guitarist/vocalist/programmer Ally Morton and bassist Matt O'Brien - are one of the hardest-working in the North East as not only do they write and record their own material, they also host monthly gigs in Newcastle and Durham under the moniker Massa Confusa Presents, giving different acts a platform to showcase material, as well as running their own record label Clarty Cat.