Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or property of being smutty. The state or property of being soiled or smutted; dirt from smoke, soot, coal, or smut.
- n. The state or quality of being smutty.
- n. the state of being dirty with soot
- n. obscenity in speech or writing
- From smutty + -ness (Wiktionary)
“May the smuttiness at the end of the chapter help you continue to heal.”
“It has the brazen smuttiness of anything by Donna Summer or The Andrea True Connection, and a great hook.”
“Now stop being puerile, there is no need for that level of smuttiness.”
“I wouldn't count the implied smuttiness of the Clooney and Quaid remarks.”
“Basic bottom line: The more the writer seems to be obsessed with body fluids, the higher the liklihood of smuttiness.”
“While I wouldn't presume to define smuttiness myself, like the Supreme Court judge I know it when I see it.”
“So the defendants have gone to great lengths to emphasize the smuttiness of their workplace, while the offended party is strenuously arguing how tame it was.”
“Down by the side of many of the streams there is a white chalky-looking clay which is brought up into the villages, powdered up, and then hung up over the fire in a basket to attain a uniform smuttiness; it is then worked into the rubber when it is being made up into balls.”
“Furious and annoyed at both my own stupidity and the smuttiness of my girlfriend, I stomped home, bitter, drunk and alone.”
“They could have the smuttiness of the school playground:”
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