Examples of filth in a Sentence
He emerged from the cellar covered in filth.
the filth of the slaughterhouse
living in filth and squalor
Recent Examples of filth from the Web
Why would a caravan of migrants spend a month trekking across several countries, battling hunger, filth and illness, when their chances of getting US asylum are so slim?
The sweeps of homeless camps along the Santa Ana River began after complaints of filth and crime by residents in the nearby cities of Santa Ana, Anaheim and Fountain Valley.
For years, investigators believe, the Turpin kids lived in filth and isolation — with little access to food or hygiene — until their rescue from their family’s home in Perris, California, earlier this year.
In the past decade, the nation’s rail network had become a byword for corruption, delays and filth.
Virtuous, sure, heroic, taming the lawless West and all that, but the filth of it, Tonto, the poverty, the endless killings.
Give the air filter a look, too, and replace that if it's packed with filth.
Russia is filth’ and take Yulia back to that filth.
If Ohtani can harness the raw filth of his repertoire, his ceiling is a much higher than a No. 3 starter.
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bawdiness, blueness, coarseness, crudeness, crudity, filthiness, foulness, grossness, impureness, impurity, indecency, lasciviousness, lewdness, nastiness, obscenity, ribaldry, smut, smuttiness, vulgarity, wantonness;
FILTH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of filth for English Language Learners
: a large and very unpleasant amount of dirt : very dirty conditions
: something that is very offensive or disgusting and often is about sex
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