from The Century Dictionary.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective rare Unclean.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- adjective obscure
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But let the site of such places be as it may, how can they be excused that have a delicious seat, a pleasant air, and all that nature can afford, and yet through their own nastiness, and sluttishness, immund and sordid manner of life, suffer their air to putrefy, and themselves to be chocked up?
No one would want to read an immund SF novel, and if you can point me to a successful one, I'll accept that, but still maintain that no one would want to read my immund SF novel.
Atque interim aues regionis rapaces, et immund�, vt corui, vultures, et aquil�, qu� pro consuetudine optim� morem norunt, aduolant magno numero in aere: Tuncque Relligiosi cum sacerdotibus detruncant corpus in frusta velut in macello, proijcientes pecias in altum auibus, ac decantantes certam ad hoc compositam orationem, tanquam si nostri sacerdotes cantarent.
Still, it is clearly pedantic to avoid the obvious by clothing it in befogged terminology, as one might by writing arenaceous or sabulous for sandy, immund for dirty, nates for buttocks, or venenate for poison (vb.).