A Word A Day : Filthy
( Adjective )
Word of 10th May 2007: A Word A Day-Filthy
South Africa is no more a filthy
A pile of dirty
clothes is to be sent to the laundry.
The slum dwellers live a squalid
The policeman used foul
language against a suspect without due confirmation of guilt.
in mind and spirit, generally try to harm others.
I will not let my lips be sullied
by the use of ugly words.
Failure of rains compelled people to drink impure
We must first boil the water and then claim it is pure.
Our classroom is so clean
, not a peck of dust can be seen anywhere.
Your firmed John always wears immaculate
and spotlessly clean
This shirt is old but unsoiled
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