filthiness


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filth·y

 (fĭl′thē)
adj. filth·i·er, filth·i·est
1. Covered or smeared with filth; disgustingly dirty. See Synonyms at dirty.
2. Obscene or offensive: a filthy magazine; filthy language.
3. Vile; nasty: a filthy traitor.

filth′i·ly adv.
filth′i·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.filthiness - a state characterized by foul or disgusting dirt and refusefilthiness - a state characterized by foul or disgusting dirt and refuse
unsanitariness - a state that is not conducive to health
2.filthiness - moral corruption or pollution; "this deformity and filthiness of sin"
nefariousness, vileness, ugliness, wickedness - the quality of being wicked

filthiness

noun
Translations

filthiness

[ˈfɪlθɪnɪs] N
1. (lit) (= dirtiness) → suciedad f, mugre f
2. (fig) [of behaviour] → lo grosero, lo obsceno; (= bad language) → groserías fpl, obscenidades fpl; (= obscenity) → obscenidad f

filthiness

[ˈfɪlθɪnɪs] n (of room, person) → sporcizia; (of language) → sudiceria
References in classic literature ?
And I could hardly have resigned myself to the simple, vulgar, direct debauchery of a clerk and have endured all the filthiness of it.
Never once had he been out of the crate during the entire journey, and filthiness, as well as wretchedness, characterized his condition.
But later on, what with sickness and cold and hunger and discouragement, and the filthiness of his work, and the vermin in his home, he had given up washing in winter, and in summer only as much of him as would go into a basin.
For the rest of the day he was dumb, but achieved an ensanguined filthiness through the cleaning of big fish.
He was so weary after a whole month of concentrated wretchedness and gloomy excitement that he longed to rest, if only for a moment, in some other world, whatever it might be; and, in spite of the filthiness of the surroundings, he was glad now to stay in the tavern.
1) Beauty, the way Dostoyevsky puts it, comes as an antidote to filthiness, both literal and metaphoric.
Dzhagaryan, for his part, expressed regret and condolences over the tragic terrorist attacks in Tehran, describing them a demonstration of repulsion, filthiness and inability of terrorists and their sponsors.
Those transmission behaviors were framed as social ugliness, filthiness, bad behavior and promiscuity (Ren et al.
23) Third and finally, one should note the influence of the way in which antiquarian literature concentrates on one object to the exclusion of all else: Douce devotes an entire article to the fragment of a clasp, and Smith, when sketching the streets around Westminster Abbey, is so intent on the past significance of "Thieving Lane" that the present "inhabitants of the lowest order" and "the filthiness of their persons," although described in the caption do not appear in the image.
That movie, that look in particular--her coolness, and her absolute filthiness underneath that.
Their medical practices were a combination of ignorance, superstition, tyranny, and filthiness.