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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of dirty.

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Examples

  • Judges are reluctant to introduce evidence that just kind of dirties up the defendant without any clear tie to the crime.

    CNN Transcript Jan 25, 2005

  • In order to get what he wants Esko dirties, bloodies, his hands in the waters any real architect must swim in.

    An Interview with Richard Rayner about Cloud Sketcher

  • Ending coal power production is the right thing to do, because while it may seem to be an inexpensive energy source the impact on our environment and the impact on public health is significant, said Bloomberg with one of the country's dirties coal-fired plants in the background.

    Javier Sierra: Christmas in Summer

  • Ending coal power production is the right thing to do, because while it may seem to be an inexpensive energy source the impact on our environment and the impact on public health is significant, said Bloomberg with one of the country's dirties coal-fired plants in the background.

    Javier Sierra: Christmas in Summer

  • Black carbon is a problem because it is black – it absorbs heat, and in the worst cases it dirties the snow in areas such as the Arctic, Siberia and high mountains.

    Wood fires fuel climate change – UN

  • She dirties her hands and feet, splashes paint onto her skin or pinches it with clothespins, squeezes herself into cupboards and detached fireplace moldings, wraps herself in tattered wallpaper peeling from the walls, crouches barefoot amongst the dust and detritus and reclines in display cases alongside taxidermied rodents.

    Larissa Archer: Artist Unbound: Francesca Woodman at SFMOMA

  • She dirties her hands and feet, splashes paint onto her skin or pinches it with clothespins, squeezes herself into cupboards and detached fireplace moldings, wraps herself in tattered wallpaper peeling from the walls, crouches barefoot amongst the dust and detritus and reclines in display cases alongside taxidermied rodents.

    Larissa Archer: Artist Unbound: Francesca Woodman at SFMOMA

  • I am so scared of seeing the liars and strongest dirties!

    Beat 360° – 9/17/2009

  • She dirties her hands and feet, splashes paint onto her skin or pinches it with clothespins, squeezes herself into cupboards and detached fireplace moldings, wraps herself in tattered wallpaper peeling from the walls, crouches barefoot amongst the dust and detritus and reclines in display cases alongside taxidermied rodents.

    Larissa Archer: Artist Unbound: Francesca Woodman at SFMOMA

  • She stood up, wobbled against the couch, and crossed the room to a three-foot high pile of dirties, plucked one of Burt's work socks from the bottom.

    An Old Story But New For Cora

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