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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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • They came from one of my friends; her house was filthily.

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  • While this was going on, Mr. Pickwick had been eyeing the room, which was filthily dirty, and smelt intolerably close.

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  • 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.

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