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How do you say very dirty?
- dirty. adjective. not clean.
- filthy. adjective. very dirty.
- messy. adjective. very untidy or dirty.
- grubby. adjective. dirty and needing to be washed.
- grimy. adjective. very dirty.
- contaminated. adjective.
- unsanitary. adjective.
- unclean. adjective.
What is slang for dirty?
filthy , messy , unwashed, soiled, grimy, unclean, stained , spotted , muddy , mucky, grubby, scuzzy, foul , gross (slang), cruddy (slang), unlaundered, scummy, unsanitary, unhygienic, polluted, nasty (informal), slovenly, dusty , undusted, squalid, sloppy , lousy (informal), unsightly, straggly, tarnished, smudged.
What do you call dirty words?
Profanity is a socially offensive use of language, which may also be called cursing, swearing, or expletives. Accordingly, profanity is language use that is sometimes deemed impolite, rude, or culturally offensive.
What are the types of dirty?
Common types of dirt include:
- Dust: a general powder of organic or mineral matter.
- Filth: foul matter such as excrement.
- Grime: a black, ingrained dust such as soot.
- Soil: the mix of clay, sand, and humus which lies on top of bedrock.
Is dirty an adjective?
Dirtily is the adverb while dirty is used as an adjective or verb. However, to talk dirty is an informal phrase and is always used this way.
What is a word meaning dirty or foul?
Some common synonyms of foul are dirty, filthy, nasty, and squalid. While all these words mean “conspicuously unclean or impure,” foul implies extreme offensiveness and an accumulation of what is rotten or stinking; it can also describe, for example, loathsome behavior.
What is the opposite of dirty word?
Antonyms for dirty include clean, hygienic, immaculate, spotless, dirtless, sterile, ultraclean, sanitary, sanitised and sanitized. Find more opposite words at
What is a noun for Dirty?
1. Dirty, filthy, foul, squalid refer to that which is not clean. Dirty is applied to that which is filled or covered with dirt so that it is unclean or defiled: dirty clothes. Filthy is an emphatic word suggesting something that is excessively soiled or dirty: filthy streets.