filth filth  /ˈfɪlθ/


  1. (n) any substance considered disgustingly foul or unpleasant
  2. (n) the state of being covered with unclean things
  3. (n) a state characterized by foul or disgusting dirt and refuse
  4. (n) an offensive or indecent word or phrase


  1. He wanted to teach Indian villagers that human and animal filth caused most of the disease in the land.
  2. They finish in a literal pyramid of filth.
  3. He believes the world is essentially dirt and that man is born of that filth.


  1. Lexington Woman Pleads Not Guilty To Neglect Charges

    A Lexington woman accused of leaving a man who she cares for in deplorable conditions plead not guilty to the charges Wednesday afternoon. Police arrested Julia Polsgrove, 73, on Tuesday. Investigators reportedly found a wheel-chair bound man on a floor covered with "filth, feces, and urine" in Polsgrove's Kilkenny Court home. Polsgrove has cared for the man for the past 23 years, according to ...
    on June 20, 2013     Source: ABC 36 Lexington

  2. Porn star to teach sex ed at swanky boarding school

    Sex education classes by a porn queen are being considered at a posh boarding school in the UK. Head Mark Slater said getting a blue movie star to tell her story to $44,000-a-year boys and girls could help put them off internet filth.
    on June 17, 2013     Source: New York Post

  3. Parents of NM girl found living in filth charged

    The New Mexico parents of a 5-year-old autistic girl found living in filth and confined in a small room similar to a cage each have been order held $500,000 bail.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: News West 9 Midland


  1. "People are very creative and there is a market for this filth," Cuomo said at a news conference. "We have to work together."
    on Jun 10, 2005 By: Andrew Cuomo Source: Daily Press

  2. "The guy just went too far using me to promote his filth to the world," said Knievel, who lives in Clearwater and has been in poor health in recent years. "I'm not in any way that kind of a person."
    on Dec 12, 2006 By: Evel Knievel Source: International Herald Tribune

  3. "The first of an occasional series - those benefits of a multi-cultural Britain in full. Let me introduce you all to this human filth," wrote Liddle. "It could be an anomaly, of course. But it isn't. The overwhelming majority of street crime,...
    on Mar 29, 2010 By: Rod Liddle Source: The Guardian

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