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- adv. In a filthy manner
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a filthy manner; foully.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a filthy manner; foully; offensively.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a filthy unclean manner
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Not only is the worker poorly fed, but he is filthily fed.
It's wildly uneven, but when it's good it's filthily good.
And March still waited in the wings, a miserable month of dripping ice and melting snow and the last vestiges of winter lurking filthily in shadowy places.
Nii was dreaming, filthily, completely, in anatomical detail, dreams that would shame most but only gave him a boner the size of a V-2.
And he used a word, a word for weres that they never used themselves, a filthily unpleasant word that implied an improper relationship between wolves and human women.
They had put him into a cell similar to the one he was now in, but filthily dirty and at all times crowded by ten or fifteen people.
At the risk of sounding filthily pretentious, I'd like to see if it's possible to just be a floating... information node rather than a discrete bit of walking data and chips.
They came from one of my friends; her house was filthily.
While this was going on, Mr. Pickwick had been eyeing the room, which was filthily dirty, and smelt intolerably close.
Back when we interviewed The Lovers last year, we did so on the basis of two songs – La Le, a jokey, sputtering French grammar lesson that ended up on a McDonalds advert; and La Desgustation – a filthily sighed invitation to "come taste my wine" that Jarvis Cocker co-wrote.