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- adv. In a dirty manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a dirty manner; foully; nastily; filthily; meanly; sordidly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a dirty manner; foully; nastily; filthily.
- Meanly; sordidly; by low means.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a sordid manner
- adv. in a filthy unclean manner
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In BP's case, those "dirtily together" were the company and its circle of allies: the compromised regulator, the friends in the White House, Justice Department and Pentagon, the hired guns on K-Street, the former top officials paid to sit on boards.
What is the attraction to showing the waistline of your boxer shorts while your cuffs are dirtily dragging on the pavement?
She tried and found dirtily and valiently ... but, she didn't win.
But no kinks apart from talking rather dirtily to me.
Firstly the thought of you doing so excites me, but let's not forget the reason that we all ring these sorts of chat lines which is that I would particularly like to hear you talk dirtily to me which I think is an attractive and indeed, ultimately fundamental aspect of living in what we profess to be, although sadly doesn't always quite live up to the reality of, a free society.
It seems those forces of monopoly murkiness are fighting back - dirtily:
A dark ground is not colored black mostly and dirtily securely and much exchange is much with a sight and so much to sponge in with speeches to whittle.
He was dirtily and meanly dressed, in a threadbare coat, once blue, reaching to his ankles and buttoned to his chin, where it vanished in the pale ghost of a velvet collar.
Seated inside is a dirtily dressed, inert, blind old man with a big paunch as his only asset.
The women were unwashed, dirtily clad, covered with snuff, and with hair streaming down their backs; and the kitchen utensils cannot be described.
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