from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Soiled with smut; blackened, dirty.
- adj. Obscene, indecent.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Soiled with smut; smutted.
- adj. Tainted with mildew.
- adj. Obscene; not modest or pure.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Soiled with smut, coal, soot, or the like.
- Affected with smut or mildew.
- Obscene; immodest; impure: as, smutty language.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. characterized by obscenity
- adj. soiled with dirt or soot
The film is full of what conservatives call smutty language which seems to be a catch-all phrase for psycho-analytic babble that seeks to demystify the sexual relationship between men and women.
Some of the songs included were conspicuously "smutty" -- to use a word which D'Urfey ridiculed -- but the fact that the plays were fresh in the public mind was probably the most effective reason for Jeremy Collier's decision to include the not very highly respected author among the still living playwrights to be singled out for attack in "A Short View of the
Much of Genesis reads to Mr. Plotz like a "smutty" soap opera -- "Dynasty in the desert."
Porter was a thoroughly good fellow, and had an inexhaustible fund of stories and anecdotes, some of them rather "smutty," but they were just the sort that suited Maroney, so that they had become the thickest of friends.
In July of the same year D'Urfey replied with the preface to his "smutty" play "The Campaigners".
Currie, he said, was "smutty" and had a lavatorial sense of humour, while Hatton shouted and swore at his guests.
While it's fine for Pachauri to write a "smutty" novel, I still think it's funny.
According to the UK Telegraph, he's just released what they describe as a "smutty" romance novel, Return to Almora laced with steamy sex, lots of sex.
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Sport Media had tried to revamp its newspaper business last year, with a move away from more "smutty" content to an offering of "sport, girls and funny stuff" as it looked to attract more mainstream advertising.