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
But everyone who watches RuPaul’s Drag Race stays to watch the best queens in the country read one another for filth.
Images of Bellandur Lake, the city’s largest water body, covered with a foamy mix of filth, routinely make the headlines.
Unfortunately, unchecked pollution has turned thousands of water sources into bodies of filth and disease.
Also, while chimps sleep among environmental bacteria from the surrounding forests, humans have more or less eliminated outside bacteria from our sleeping quarters, meaning the stuff that comes from us makes up a bigger percentage of the filth.
Officers found the nine other children huddled together amid filth, prosecutors said.
Some speculated that Kris Jenner had orchestrated the whole ordeal in order to boost Keeping Up With The Kardashians’ ratings, while others simply took to the comments section on Thompson’s Instagram to read him for filth.
The filth of human homes and beds is surprisingly well studied.
Society Hill resident Terri Akman writes that the filth and trash in her neighborhood are impossible to ignore and something must be done.
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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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