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dirtiest


 
  Overview  of  adj  dirty 
 
  The  adj  dirty  has  12  senses  (first  3  from  tagged  texts) 
 
  1.  (12)  dirty,  soiled,  unclean  --  (soiled  or  likely  to  soil  with  dirt  or  grime;  "dirty  unswept  sidewalks";  "a  child  in  dirty  overalls";  "dirty  slums";  "piles  of  dirty  dishes";  "put  his  dirty  feet  on  the  clean  sheet";  "wore  an  unclean  shirt";  "mining  is  a  dirty  job";  "Cinderella  did  the  dirty  work  while  her  sisters  preened  themselves") 
  2.  (2)  dirty  --  ((of  behavior  or  especially  language)  characterized  by  obscenity  or  indecency;  "dirty  words";  "a  dirty  old  man";  "dirty  books  and  movies";  "boys  telling  dirty  jokes";  "has  a  dirty  mouth") 
  3.  (1)  dirty,  filthy,  lousy  --  (vile;  despicable;  "a  dirty  (or  lousy)  trick";  "a  filthy  traitor") 
  4.  dirty,  contaminating  --  (spreading  pollution  or  contamination;  especially  radioactive  contamination;  "the  air  near  the  foundry  was  always  dirty";  "the  air  near  the  foundry  was  always  dirty";  "a  dirty  bomb  releases  enormous  amounts  of  long-lived  radioactive  fallout") 
  5.  contaminated,  dirty,  infected  --  (contaminated  with  infecting  organisms;  "dirty  wounds";  "obliged  to  go  into  infected  rooms"-  Jane  Austen) 
  6.  dirty,  dingy,  muddied,  muddy  --  ((of  color)  discolored  by  impurities;  not  bright  and  clear;  dirty"  is  often  used  in  combination;  "a  dirty  (or  dingy)  white";  "the  muddied  gray  of  the  sea";  "muddy  colors";  "dirty-green  walls";  "dirty-blonde  hair") 
  7.  dirty,  foul,  marked-up  --  ((of  a  manuscript)  defaced  with  changes;  "foul  (or  dirty)  copy") 
  8.  dirty,  ill-gotten  --  (obtained  illegally  or  by  improper  means  "dirty  money";  "ill-gotten  gains") 
  9.  dirty  --  (expressing  or  revealing  hostility  or  dislike;  "dirty  looks") 
  10.  cheating,  dirty,  foul,  unsporting,  unsportsmanlike  --  (violating  accepted  standards  or  rules  "a  dirty  fighter";  "used  foul  means  to  gain  power";  "a  nasty  unsporting  serve";  "fined  for  unsportsmanlike  behavior") 
  11.  dirty,  sordid  --  (unethical  or  dishonest;  "dirty  police  officers";  "a  sordid  political  campaign") 
  12.  dirty  --  (unpleasantly  stormy;  "there's  dirty  weather  in  the  offing") 
 
  Antonyms  of  adj  dirty 
 
  12  senses  of  dirty 
 
  Sense  1 
  dirty  (vs.  clean),  soiled,  unclean 
 
  clean  (vs.  dirty) 
  =>  cleanable 
  =>  cleaned,  cleansed 
  =>  cleanly 
  =>  dry-cleaned 
  =>  fresh,  unused 
  =>  immaculate,  speckless,  spick-and-span,  spic-and-span,  spic,  spick,  spotless 
  =>  pristine 
  =>  unsoiled,  unspotted,  unstained 
  =>  unsullied 
  =>  washed,  water-washed 
  =>  scrubbed 
 
  Sense  2 
  dirty  (vs.  clean) 
 
  clean  (vs.  dirty),  unobjectionable 
  =>  antiseptic 
 
  Sense  3 
  dirty,  filthy,  lousy 
 
  INDIRECT  (VIA  nasty)  ->  nice 
 
  Sense  4 
  dirty  (vs.  clean),  contaminating 
 
  clean  (vs.  dirty),  uncontaminating 
 
  Sense  5 
  contaminated,  dirty,  infected 
 
  INDIRECT  (VIA  septic)  ->  antiseptic 
 
  Sense  6 
  dirty,  dingy,  muddied,  muddy 
 
  INDIRECT  (VIA  impure)  ->  pure 
 
  Sense  7 
  dirty,  foul,  marked-up 
 
  INDIRECT  (VIA  illegible)  ->  legible 
 
  Sense  8 
  dirty,  ill-gotten 
 
  INDIRECT  (VIA  illegal)  ->  legal 
 
  Sense  9 
  dirty 
 
  INDIRECT  (VIA  hostile)  ->  amicable 
 
  Sense  10 
  cheating(postnominal),  dirty,  foul,  unsporting,  unsportsmanlike 
 
  INDIRECT  (VIA  unfair)  ->  fair,  just 
 
  Sense  11 
  dirty,  sordid 
 
  INDIRECT  (VIA  corrupt)  ->  incorrupt 
 
  Sense  12 
  dirty 
 
  INDIRECT  (VIA  stormy)  ->  calm 
 
  Similarity  of  adj  dirty 
 
  12  senses  of  dirty 
 
  Sense  1 
  dirty  (vs.  clean),  soiled,  unclean 
  =>  bedraggled,  draggled 
  =>  befouled,  fouled 
  =>  begrimed,  dingy,  grimy,  grubby,  grungy,  raunchy 
  =>  bespattered,  spattered,  besplashed,  splashed 
  =>  black 
  =>  buggy 
  =>  dusty,  dust-covered 
  =>  fecal,  faecal,  feculent 
  =>  filthy,  foul,  nasty 
  =>  flyblown,  squalid,  sordid 
  =>  greasy,  oily 
  =>  lousy 
  =>  mucky,  muddy 
  =>  scummy 
  =>  smeared,  smirched,  smudged,  smudgy 
  =>  snotty,  snot-nosed 
  =>  travel-soiled,  travel-stained 
  =>  unswept 
  =>  unwashed 
  =>  maculate 
  Also  See->  unclean#2,  impure#3;  untidy#1 
 
  Sense  2 
  dirty  (vs.  clean) 
  =>  bawdy,  off-color,  ribald 
  =>  dirty-minded 
  =>  filthy,  foul,  nasty,  smutty 
  =>  foul-mouthed,  foul-spoken 
  =>  lewd,  obscene,  salacious 
  =>  scabrous 
  =>  scatological 
  =>  blasphemous,  blue,  profane 
  Also  See->  indecent#2 
 
  Sense  3 
  dirty,  filthy,  lousy 
  =>  nasty  (vs.  nice),  awful 
 
  Sense  4 
  dirty  (vs.  clean),  contaminating 
 
  Sense  5 
  contaminated,  dirty,  infected 
  =>  septic  (vs.  antiseptic) 
 
  Sense  6 
  dirty,  dingy,  muddied,  muddy 
  =>  impure  (vs.  pure) 
 
  Sense  7 
  dirty,  foul,  marked-up 
  =>  illegible  (vs.  legible) 
 
  Sense  8 
  dirty,  ill-gotten 
  =>  illegal  (vs.  legal) 
 
  Sense  9 
  dirty 
  =>  hostile  (vs.  amicable) 
 
  Sense  10 
  cheating(postnominal),  dirty,  foul,  unsporting,  unsportsmanlike 
  =>  unfair  (vs.  fair),  unjust 
 
  Sense  11 
  dirty,  sordid 
  =>  corrupt  (vs.  incorrupt) 
 
  Sense  12 
  dirty 
  =>  stormy  (vs.  calm) 
 
  Attributes  of  adj  dirty 
 
  1  of  12  senses  of  dirty 
 
  Sense  1 
  dirty  (vs.  clean),  soiled,  unclean 
  =>  cleanness 
 
  Familiarity  of  adj  dirty 
 
  dirty  used  as  an  adjective  is  familiar  (polysemy  count  =  12) 
 
  Grep  of  adj  dirty 
  dirty 
  dirty-minded 
 
  Overview  of  adj  dirty 
 
  The  adj  dirty  has  12  senses  (first  3  from  tagged  texts) 
 
  1.  (12)  dirty,  soiled,  unclean  --  (soiled  or  likely  to  soil  with  dirt  or  grime;  "dirty  unswept  sidewalks";  "a  child  in  dirty  overalls";  "dirty  slums";  "piles  of  dirty  dishes";  "put  his  dirty  feet  on  the  clean  sheet";  "wore  an  unclean  shirt";  "mining  is  a  dirty  job";  "Cinderella  did  the  dirty  work  while  her  sisters  preened  themselves") 
  2.  (2)  dirty  --  ((of  behavior  or  especially  language)  characterized  by  obscenity  or  indecency;  "dirty  words";  "a  dirty  old  man";  "dirty  books  and  movies";  "boys  telling  dirty  jokes";  "has  a  dirty  mouth") 
  3.  (1)  dirty,  filthy,  lousy  --  (vile;  despicable;  "a  dirty  (or  lousy)  trick";  "a  filthy  traitor") 
  4.  dirty,  contaminating  --  (spreading  pollution  or  contamination;  especially  radioactive  contamination;  "the  air  near  the  foundry  was  always  dirty";  "the  air  near  the  foundry  was  always  dirty";  "a  dirty  bomb  releases  enormous  amounts  of  long-lived  radioactive  fallout") 
  5.  contaminated,  dirty,  infected  --  (contaminated  with  infecting  organisms;  "dirty  wounds";  "obliged  to  go  into  infected  rooms"-  Jane  Austen) 
  6.  dirty,  dingy,  muddied,  muddy  --  ((of  color)  discolored  by  impurities;  not  bright  and  clear;  dirty"  is  often  used  in  combination;  "a  dirty  (or  dingy)  white";  "the  muddied  gray  of  the  sea";  "muddy  colors";  "dirty-green  walls";  "dirty-blonde  hair") 
  7.  dirty,  foul,  marked-up  --  ((of  a  manuscript)  defaced  with  changes;  "foul  (or  dirty)  copy") 
  8.  dirty,  ill-gotten  --  (obtained  illegally  or  by  improper  means  "dirty  money";  "ill-gotten  gains") 
  9.  dirty  --  (expressing  or  revealing  hostility  or  dislike;  "dirty  looks") 
  10.  cheating,  dirty,  foul,  unsporting,  unsportsmanlike  --  (violating  accepted  standards  or  rules  "a  dirty  fighter";  "used  foul  means  to  gain  power";  "a  nasty  unsporting  serve";  "fined  for  unsportsmanlike  behavior") 
  11.  dirty,  sordid  --  (unethical  or  dishonest;  "dirty  police  officers";  "a  sordid  political  campaign") 
  12.  dirty  --  (unpleasantly  stormy;  "there's  dirty  weather  in  the  offing") 



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