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  • r  in a sordid manner
    as dirtily drunk as usual
  • r  in a filthy unclean manner
    a dirtily dressed camel driver

  • While one of them told Dan he had a future in law and politics in his own state, another winked dirtily at the girl.
  • And the spirit of cutpurse abandon has been superseded by an atmosphere which is often sullen, often merely dirtily proletarian, often obscure.

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