filthier filthier


  1. (adj) disgustingly dirty; filled or smeared with offensive matter
  2. (adj) vile; despicable
  3. (adj) characterized by obscenity


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  • Its cities are not alone in suffering the ravages of industrialization: New Delhi has worse air than Beijing, Jakarta filthier water.


  • Fug or Fab: Rosamund Pike

    I think… I’m glad there at least IS netting. Without it, this might just look like various punctuation marks attempting to suture themselves together. With it, though, it still kind of looks like punctuation mark surgery, just on a slightly filthier table.
    on August 23, 2013     Source: Go Fug Yourself


  1. TV chef Jamie Oliver said in a video message: "I love you very much. We're going to miss you and you've been brilliant. Richard you've definitely got a filthier mouth than me."
    on Aug 22, 2008 By: Jamie Oliver Source: Falmouth Penryn Packet

  2. "He had that movement he's so notorious for," Span said. "The first couple of innings, he was a little shaky, but when he needed to make pitches, he did. When we got men in scoring position, he got filthier and made pitches."
    on Aug 6, 2009 By: Denard Span Source:

  3. "It's much bigger than the TV show," Thomas "Dangle" Lennon says with a mischievous grin, his trademark short shorts doing little to protect his knees from the winds off the nearby harbor. "It's also much, much filthier than the TV show."
    on Mar 23, 2006 By: John Lennon Source:

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