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  • n. Common misspelling of schmutz.


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  • And it was annoying, and I feel like he should have just brought Darlene on our date, shoulder-pads and all, so that she could fix the shmutz on his face.

    Meredith Fineman: Fifty First (J)Dates: 18 -- Mama's Boy

  • And when a big wave of shmutz rolls through, it's best to remember: It's not just you!

    Beth Lapides: It's Not Just You: California Wildfires Turn Cranky

  • Dirty Jew = Telling one that they may have a smidgen of shmutz on their lip.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • You know how your skin feels coated with shmutz as soon as you step into an airport and only worsens with each hour you spend on a plane?

    Master of my artichoke

  • Nor was there any way I could show up the way I was, with my makeup long worn off and my all-black outfit littered with pieces of mysterious, highly visible white shmutz.

    The Joys of Much Too Much

  • Am I the only one who thinks they were talking about more than a greasy hot dog with shmutz all over it it?

    This Week in Sex: Meat!

  • I've grown weary of the cold, the wind, the constant removal of ice balls from betwixt my dog's webbed retriever toes, the scrapping down of the car, the windshield always smeared with grime and shmutz despite constant spritzing with wiper fluid.

    weeme Diary Entry

  • I could only imagine layers of pork fat and dust, a lasagna of shmutz, settling in the hinges and crevices. - Home Page

  • Shabbat is a great weekly vacation in and from time - come sundown Friday, I almost hear a gate clanking shut behind me, separating me from all the shmutz of the work week as I step into a haven free from my non-family obligations.

    New Jersey Jewish News


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