How To Use Dirty In A Sentence

  • An incredulous snort came from Chris, and I gave him dirty look that silenced him up.
  • Crank baits trolled parallel to the shore or over sand flats in the DIRTY water where wind is blowing waves into the shore or shallows is good too regardless of the depth. whats a good bait to use for walleye? ive never caught one but we now have land at a lake that is stocked with some.
  • Good for them and long may they stay down and dirty. The Sun
  • The manciple accuses the cook of being drunk, and the cook falls off his horse after giving the Manciple a dirty look.
  • Rather than deal with the hassle of finding tenants and collecting the rent, I had appointed an agent to do the dirty work.
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  • It was indeed, the dirty brown hair was neatly combed and the coat was new and clean, he was smiling fit to burst as he entertained giggling ladies and laughing lords.
  • Officers had been shown a dirty white T-shirt which he said he had worn on the day his girlfriend vanished.
  • The disease is communicated through dirty drinking water.
  • You must not lose faith in humanity. Humanity is like an ocean; if a few drops of the ocean are dirty, the ocean does not become dirty. Mahatma Gandhi 
  • As soon as the door closed behind her I hurried to the dirty window in the front room and I watched as she walked down the street looking remarkably out of place in the drab surroundings in her bright green dress.
  • The neck of a shirt gets dirty easily.
  • Supported by an angelic chorus and lush orchestration, Gibb extolled the virtues of "fingering foreign dirty holes," arguing that while love may be grand, he'd rather "let 'coupledom' die Spinner
  • A dirty orange glow escapes from half-open hatches, grilled vents, and small square windows of grimy glass, and the clangour of beaten metal can be heard far out into the endless snowstorm. Weapon Of Choice short story – excerpt « INTERSTELLAR TACTICS
  • Dirty clothes littered the floor of her bedroom.
  • The "mojahedin will separate your dirty head from your dirty heart" fatwa issued to Col. Mustard for: The Jawa Report
  • Feeling incredibly dirty and gritty, from all the dirt that she was covered under from her ride, Ari ran a bath for herself and scrubbed herself clean.
  • Four teens ran down the dirt path of a town, their clothes tattered and patched, but not dirty.
  • One had long, dirty blonde hair with piercing blue eyes, and the other had long, golden yellow hair with soft blue green eyes.
  • Trouble signals are indicated when a detector becomes too ‘dirty’ to properly function.
  • This also reflects his personal hygiene, outwardly appearing clean but in reality, dirty. STUART: A Life Backwards
  • The turkeys themselves are mangy critters - snowy feathers dirty from sitting on mud, bald heads vulture-like.
  • Do you know any dirty jokes in Spanish?
  • The children were ragged and dirty, and all looked to be between the ages of eleven and thirteen.
  • The disease is communicated through dirty drinking water.
  • The only character who sees through the subterfuge is the ex-CIA agent, abandoned by his country, whose life of dirty deeds on behalf of The Company prepares him alone to understand his role and dig his way out. Hullabaloo
  • The cookers would be in a really dirty and grimy condition. The Sun
  • The airline admitted being involved in a dirty tricks campaign to win customers from their rival.
  • Then old Tarwater's heart uprose again as the air was rent by a cyclone of profanity, from the midst of which crackled sentences like: - Dirty skunks! ... LIKE ARGUS OF THE ANCIENT TIMES
  • The mound of dirty clothing just keeps piling up until your hamper is overflowing and a sea of denim, cotton and corduroy forms a carpet on the floor of your bedroom.
  • The Mediterranean at this particular spot is any colour except blue, the predominant hue being dirty grey.
  • A calf that spends the early hours of life licking a dirty udder and hind legs of a cow trying to find a teat is more likely to succumb to disease than a calf in a clean environment that got an early feed of quality colostrum.
  • Hot water is only necessary for really dirty laundry or to sterilize clothing from bacteria and viruses.
  • Perhaps something dirty, something shabby. Times, Sunday Times
  • Darker shoes are also less likely to look dirty simply because stains won't show as much.
  • It's very uncomfortable living in a dirty hovel like ours.
  • He looked dirty, with a ring of chocolate milk circling his mouth. HOUR OF THE HUNTER
  • The party chairman accused the opposition of dirty tricks in their election campaign.
  • The label identified the picture as The Dirty Dozen. A Dance at the Slaughterhouse.html
  • Malemute, nor Hudson Bay; he looked like all of them and he didn't look like any of them; and on top of it all he had some of the white man's dog in him, for on one side, in the thick of the mixed yellow - brown-red-and-dirty-white that was his prevailing colour, there was a spot of coal-black as big as a water-bucket. That Spot
  • Parlez-vous français, mesdemoiselles!" cried madame, and we filed out into the dusty street, at the corner of which sat another of our visible tokens of the coming of the season of flowers; a dirty, shriveled old Irishwoman, full of benedictions and beggary, who, all through the summer, sold "posies" to the passers-by. Six to Sixteen: A Story for Girls
  • Oreck next maintained that many of its challenged statements were nonactionable puffery: (1) the Dyson is “bulky”; (2) the Oreck vacuum emits “no puff” of dust when it is emptied; (3) the Dyson bin emptying process is “messy” and the Dyson filter is “not sanitary” and a “dirty little secret”; and (4) the XL Ultra 4120 weighs “only nine pounds,” while the weight of the DC14 is “backbreaking.” Archive 2009-03-01
  • Oops someone used the dirty word again: "electromagnetism Eta Carinae- A Naked Eye Enigma | Universe Today
  • They consider trees dirty and smelly, and they drop leaves. The Sun
  • I was revolted by his dirty habit of spitting.
  • The floor was partly covered with a dirty old rug.
  • This throat membrane usually covers the tonsils and is a dirty grey colour.
  • We do some of their dirty work for them and they do the same for us. Times, Sunday Times
  • If the year has not yet given you your fill of American politics, you might be tempted by this drama about presidential hopefuls using dirty tricks. Times, Sunday Times
  • She moved, instead, past her mother's room and to her own, the hem of her fine red dress dragging, wet and dirty, on the clean floor behind her.
  • For the most part, the sound is vintage electric Chicago blues, employing a raw two-guitar attack that buzzes with the dirty sound of overworked amps and blown speakers.
  • that offer was a dirty trick
  • Glass mosaic tile is used for the backsplash, the countertop is cold-rolled steel, and a storage cabinet of birch includes a built-in hamper to keep dirty clothes from landing on the floor.
  • Two seemingly harmless and careless shoeblacks turn out to be gloomy crooks with a dirty plan to rob a bank courier.
  • Down and Dirty Problem Solving rejon: ♺ @jwildeboer: @rejon business plans are for wimps. rejon.org is Jon Phillips.
  • I am a firm believer in capitalistic competition as a driver for innovation (which is why I hate the oil companies SO SO much, dirty price setting oligarchs!) and the RPG market should be no different. So What Is A “Fair” Price For A Gaming PDF? « Geek Related
  • The nurses were refusing to allow dirty old linen trolleys into it. Times, Sunday Times
  • Dirty deeds in the Dolomites. Times, Sunday Times
  • You do not get lice because you are dirty or unclean.
  • It was soft and light, not wet or dirty. The Sun
  • They were dirty - really yucky and gross - the earring backs didn't even match, and one back wouldn't even fit on its post!
  • I can imagine a bushbaby, under attack, repeating the immortal words of Charlton Heston, “Take your stinking paws off me, you damned dirty ape!” Waldo Jaquith - I, for one, welcome our spear-wielding chimp overlords.
  • He tried to steal my wallet, the dirty dog.
  • The piano, decrepit on its legs, though made of good wood painted black and gilded, was dirty, defaced, and scratched; and its keys, worn like the teeth of old horses, were yellowed with the fuliginous colors of the pipe. A Daughter of Eve
  • In the final section of today's masterpiece on 'dirty shipping industry', he lays out approvingly what the dictatorial, self-important, unrepresentative 'greenie' lobby groups demand of shipping; Harrabin says that shipping industry is unreasonably doing what the greenies and and 'scientists' don't want, QED, shipping industry is bad. OPEN THREAD
  • The neck of my shirt is dirty.
  • -- But she has head that the devil is black; and having a mind to make one of me, brays together, in the mortar of her wild fancy, twenty chimney-sweepers, in order to make one sootier than ordinary rise out of the dirty mass. Clarissa Harlowe; or the history of a young lady — Volume 7
  • Take away the 'capi', make him rot in the reserves until he publically apologies to the club and the supporters - his selfish ego loves spreading the dirty laundry in the media, so he can eat humble pie in the same manner. Soccer Blogs - latest posts
  • SHIFT (6) Afrophile adj. decorative aposelene projectual diplotene, aposelenium psychedelicize, adj. biotron v. dirty quadriphony quadriphonics dustoff reticulosis punch-up technopolis quantized, skim INITIAL AFFIXATIONS (20) adj. VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XV No 1
  • He whispered something dirty in my ear. The Sun
  • I have often thought that living through the 1950s – as an intelligent, sensitive woman – makes the current political atmosphere seem like a dirty-toenailed commune. older and wiser, telling you what to do
  • I concentrated on sliding into his life, his history, his sacred imperial flesh, flesh that a person could be killed on the spot for touching with their eyes, let alone his dirty ungentle hands.
  • dirty wounds
  • Her attempts had led her not to a position on board a ship, but to this dirty, dingy waiting job.
  • The spectacle of the former naval officers washing their dirty linen in public was distinctly embarrassing.
  • The whole situation had been blamed on me, so for the whole day I was getting dirty looks from the general student body.
  • In his act the pill of political polemic may be sugared with a sprinkling of dirty jokes, but it's always there.
  • This is industrial Lanarkshire where for generations hard men have been reared at the coalface, bound together in friendships forged in a dirty and often dangerous working environment.
  • The answer is get mean and dirty. Times, Sunday Times
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  • Im a nighttime showerer, always have been, as mom always let as get as deep south dirty as we could get and then sent us into sleep ivory clean and pink faced everynight no matter how we resisted. i-claudius Diary Entry
  • I'm very excited about her full-day workshop, Advanced User Research: Dirty Little Secrets, where she'll reveal oodles of tricks and techniques that nobody ever talks about.
  • I have the misfortune to live between a blinding, yellow concrete monstrosity on one side and an unkempt, dirty, semi-paved yard on the other.
  • Surely, for £10 million, we could build the new police station with quality stone features instead of a boring square that will look a dirty, streaky eyesore within three years.
  • He got the credit, and we did the dirty work.
  • It makes a dry rustling sound, and a hollow echo as the cans and harder litter roll away across the dirty tiles.
  • Outgoing Cah-lee-forn-ia Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger really seizing the moment: "The San Francisco Giants defeated the Texas Rangers tonight, just like California voters are going to defeat the attempts of dirty Texas oil companies to undo our clean energy laws at the polls tomorrow Proposition 23, which would suspend the state's greenhouse gas law. HUFFPOST HILL - NOVEMBER 2ND, 2010
  • You know what I mean - visibly dirty, pronouncedly smelly, and exhibiting abnormal behavior (usually attributed to drug use).
  • When not writing about art, craft, gardening, and fiber, Abigail is busy getting her hands dirty restoring a 14th century farmhouse in rural Tuscany. Inhabitat | Inhabitat
  • They came tramping through the kitchen leaving dirty footmarks.
  • But how shall I forget the solemn splendour of a second course, which was served up in great state by Stripes in a silver dish and cove; a napkin round his dirty thumbs; and consisted of a landrail, not much bigger than a corpulent sparrow. The Book of Snobs
  • They tore off his dirty black garments and threw him into the bath.
  • Worn out or dirty spark plugs are a common cause of misfiring in petrol engines, and cleaning or replacing them can make your car go better. Times, Sunday Times
  • Genuine opposition parties have been subjected to dirty tricks ahead of the election. Times, Sunday Times
  • Dirty clothes lay strewn everywhere, half-full coffee cups grew mold, and the plant on the windowsill had died and wilted. AFTERMATH
  • Pulling off my dirty pinny and revealing my clean black uniform underneath I hurried out of the house and around to the back door of the Thornton's house.
  • First visit poor, wet dirty floor in spite of dirty wash basins and toilet pans.
  • If that's all you're concerned with, then there is not much point in dirtying a glass at all -- might as well just take a couple belts right from the bottle. Kurt Michael Friese: Nice Glass: Why Your Wine Glass Makes A Difference
  • The creature was about the size of a bushbok, was a dirty white in colour, and carried a pair of horns about two and a half feet in length, slightly curved, enormously thick at the base, strongly ridged for about half their length, and thence sweeping smoothly away to points as sharp apparently as those of bayonets. Through Veld and Forest An African Story
  • FORBES: I think Arnold has kind of immunized himself by saying the Democrats, especially Davis, are better at running dirty campaigns than they are at running the state. CNN Transcript Aug 8, 2003
  • And at two places sharp-tongued women would not allow him to enter, frankly stating that icemen were too dirty creatures to allow inside the door of a respectable house; the women received their ten-cent cubes in pans and slammed the door in his face. The Landloper
  • Later on, when I was well enough to wash myself in the bathroom, I found that there was kept there a huge packing case into which the scraps of food and dirty dressings from the ward were flung, and the wainscotings were infested by crickets. How the Poor Die
  • And in being so uncalculating, and willing to get his hands dirty, he has brought a surge of public attention to an important but convoluted story about tabloid journalism. From Stephen Fry to Hugh Grant: The rise of the celebrity activist
  • It is sung, played, and written for the most part by cretinous goons, and by means of its almost imbecilic reiteration, and sly, lewd—in plain fact, dirty—lyrics . . . it manages to be the martial music of every sideburned delinquent on the face of the earth. A Renegade History of the United States
  • I'm far more offended by minstrelizing robots with no plausible connection to hip hop by any imaginative stretch and the use of mudflap a derogatory term involving the assumption of a dirty and uncivilized penis than a series of black monsters set in Africa of all places. Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen
  • Punishing or scolding a dog for being dirty, by the owner or breeder, may lead to a coprophagic behaviour.
  • The other reason a lot of folks are up in arms is because a handful of the tracks have the kind of dirty names you can't say on the radio ( "Titty F*ck", "Just F*cking"), that you'd expect out of someone like DJ Assault or 2 Live Crew, not the sweet-natured Dear. Music (For Robots): October 2005 Archives
  • With his lank, greasy hair, dirty jeans and John Lennon spectacles he looks like a seventies student. THE EXECUTION
  • Dirty grey curls covered his head, and his complexion was off-white, like lard. TOY SHOP
  • Matt had done his research on Kiefer, and knew what dirty dealings he had done.
  • Shakespeare has established that Mercutio is a rather dirty-minded young rogue, cynical about love and sex, and inclined to find ways to ridicule and embarrass everyone he deals with, including his best friends, when he thinks they're being foolish or self-destructive or pursuing pleasures that don't include Mercutio. Did Viola, Rosalind, and Portia wax?
  • He was young enough, and the towns were dirty enough, —unimproved, unrestored, untouristed, —to retain the sense of reality. Berlin (1858–1859)
  • Pero, I'm getting dirty looks from the jefe so let me get you those books.
  • The shine is being taken out of Ulverston because of dirty streets cleaned by street sweepers who have become strangers to brooms, the town council agreed this week, reports Jennie Dennett.
  • Time for a spot of wig flipping while getting down and very dirty.
  • there's dirty weather in the offing
  • SHIFT (6) Afrophile adj. decorative aposelene projectual diplotene, aposelenium psychedelicize, adj. biotron v. dirty quadriphony quadriphonics dustoff reticulosis punch-up technopolis quantized, skim INITIAL AFFIXATIONS (20) adj. VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XV No 1
  • He says that the prime minister tried to persuade him the whole world was under threat from the country's supposed long-range weapons carrying dirty warheads.
  • Richard Greene, a short, rather round man with thinning dirty-blonde hair, chuckled.
  • In the corridor were four dirty, ragged bundles, just identifiable as human beings.
  • The gents' lavatory has dirty walls with peeling paint and loose tiles. Times, Sunday Times
  • The boatman gave him a critical look, wondering no doubt why we employed such a dirty fellow. LORD OF THE SILENT
  • Hollywood is its own dirty little secret, and there's nothing Hollywood likes more than tattling on itself.
  • The flood water backed up the pipes for the dirty water.
  • You must not lose faith in humanity. Humanity is like an ocean; if a few drops of the ocean are dirty, the ocean does not become dirty. Mahatma Gandhi 
  • A uniformed officer - a tall, broad-shouldered woman with dirty-blond hair - stood guard at the emergency exit access door.
  • Also are new scope sprites with realistic scratched and dirty lenses.
  • I agree that smoking is not a good thing to do, but I defend the smoker's right not to be vilified and told they are dirty, smelly, unclean and all the other accusations thrown their way.
  • Traffic snarled as drivers wove through dirty side roads to get around the jams. Times, Sunday Times
  • This dirty old man deflowered several young girls in the village
  • Having met the great and good, can he now get down and dirty at their expense? Times, Sunday Times
  • I mean," said Sibyl, "that you have got to reward me for doing your horrid -- _horrid_, dirty work! Betty Vivian A Story of Haddo Court School
  • He spent his early career getting down and dirty in oil exploration and trading. The Sun
  • Blending green, rooty vetiver and languid exotic flowers fagraea, tiare, ylang-ylang, the perfumer achieved a striking yang-yin, darkness-light sort of contrast of earthy, practically dirty and creamy-floral notes. Archive 2009-01-01
  • The new plan seems set to create a much more significant development more in keeping with its surroundings, unlike the dirty Portland stone and marble facings and 1960s concrete-style structures it replaces.
  • His scruffy appearance made him look dirty next to the clean bright sterile walls of the hospital.
  • However, they must have made the house even more dirty than it usually would have been as none of these animals would have been house-trained.
  • Wise choice, but first, some chee-chee! fastlane: Eat Uncle Dirty's World Famous Trouser Chile. cockroach: I'm whispering in yer shoutbox LinkSwarm.com
  • Bookstore skimmers will, however, be disappointed to discover that the dirty parts aren't that dirty.
  • The Zeta Affair was the latest in a long line of bowing to whoever holds the power and secretly keeping these dirty dealings away from public scrutiny.
  • Stein called shipowners an easy target for environmentalists who think of shippers "as the big bad dirty shipping industry. All Today's News - Sightline Daily
  • He turned and there was Beth, in the dirty cream coloured Ute.
  • The whole incident had made me feel indescribably dirty, like a rubbernecker at the site of a car crash. John Belushi Is Dead
  • Then, in a minute, the Station relapsed into stupor as the stoker of the Cattle Train, the last to depart, went gliding out of it, wiping the long nose of his oil-can with a dirty pocket-handkerchief. The Lazy Tour of Two Idle Apprentices
  • At the halting-place they unbag a little barley and wheat-meal, make dough, thrust it into the fire, “break bread,” and wash it down with a few drops of dirty water. The Land of Midian
  • To me, he will always be a dirty thief and a ruthless abductor!
  • She'll get it dirty, get it trodden on, silly, dilly girl.
  • People being shushed often give the shusher a dirty look, but as long as they shut up, you win! Ask Amy
  • He has the same almond eyes, the same thin face, the same messy dirty blonde hair, everything.
  • Unless there is reasonable room for belief that this may be done, the operation had far better not be advised, for if the wound is afterwards suffered to get into a suppurating and dirty condition, the last stage of the case may be worse than the first Synovitis and arthritis, with certain anchylosis of the joint, and a probable loss of our patient, is almost bound to follow. Diseases of the Horse's Foot
  • With this in-your-face romping composition, Alpinestars's dirty electro flirts with raw electric guitars and angelic choirboys.
  • I was walking down the main street and I saw a duck eating a dirty, mucky wet leaf - the poor things are not finding food.
  • They simply challenged horrible second rate restaurants and dirty caffs which were closed half the time.
  • The captain emerged from the cabin opposite Henry and surveyed the dirty youngster with distaste. 365 tomorrows » 2008 » September : A New Free Flash Fiction SciFi Story Every Day
  • Fuck the squeegee men, fuck the Sikhs and the Pakistanis, dirtying up the clean windshield of my car. Get a fucking job !
  • From there, it spirals into a prism of double-crosses, dirty politics, and police corruption.
  • The dirty, white stone front of the shop, which stocked boxes of beer cans, was pitted with bullet holes, while a car and lorry parked in the protected courtyard outside were badly damaged in the attack.
  • Well, it is time to get down and dirty to trick your brain into thinking you indulged. The Sun
  • He was a dirty player and loved to kick hell out of the opposition.
  • He also laundered the dirty money by investing in car washes and restaurants and by buying flash cars. The Sun
  • There were no carpets on the floors which, uncovered, had become stained and dirty.
  • Epiphone 1958 Korina Explorer w / Gibson dirty fingers +Gibson T 500 Humbuckers You may not post new threads All Updates @ Ultimate-Guitar.Com
  • Dirty gray clouds blew past the Perspex canopy, and rain, hard as buckshot, slammed against the plane's fuselage. FLOATING CITY
  • Tip the dirty water out of the bowl and into the sink.
  • Retail merchants also dislike handling the dirty containers and providing storage space for them. An Introduction to Community Health
  • Body black, with large, dense, not very profound punctures; elytra with the punctures towards the suture longitudinally confluent; a sub - lunate or triangular, dull rufous spot rather behind the middle of each elytrum; tergum with the punctures not smaller at the posterior mar - gins of the segments; feet dirty yellowish; thighs blackish above — Transactions of the American Philosophical Society
  • Dirty hands can be a breeding ground for germs.
  • The main room is so huge it kills atmosphere and the floor was dirty and sticky.
  • They chased down the stairs into the narrow, dirty street.
  • If your rug has to be stored for any extended period of time, we strongly suggest that it be cleaned and mothproofed, as a dirty rug provides an attractive home for wool-eating insects.
  • Parts of the shop were very dirty, unhygienic, and an ideal breeding ground for bacteria.
  • It's amazing the impact a cracked light switch, dripping tap, or dirty grouting can have on the unforgiving eye.
  • My ball mouse on my special 'mousepad' (a book made of canvas) tracks flawlessly ALL the time and never ever gets dirty (inside), and with PS2Rate it's smoother than a USB optical mouse and uses fewer resources. kevynwight Diary Entry
  • Don't throw out your dirty water before you get in fresh. 
  • Rotary engines have a reputation for being thirsty, dirty and difficult to maintain.
  • Try not to get too dirty!
  • If you want to top your own, they're making all their organic condiments in-house even jarring their own pickles, resulting in hand-ground mustard, slow-roasted tomato not-quite-ketchup, a hot sauce so blistering that making it requires goggles, and roasted garlic mayo, which, assuming you persist in eating dirty water dogs, is the very clinic you'll need treatment from. Thrillist: Feed Your Hole: A Truck To Make You Truck
  • It's always seemed to me that that likeliest scenario is a loose nuke or a dirty bomb in a shipping container.
  • For a dirty punk rock boy covered in tatts who didn't like deodorant and who could smell either surprisingly sexy or really really bad when sweaty, Punkboy's house was extremely well-maintained. What have you been doing with your life?
  • Vendors hawked their wares while gesturing wildly, and groups of dirty street urchins played amidst the chaos, laughing and catcalling to one another.
  • The process is characterized by dirty grayish or ash-gray-colored maculae on the skin of the trunk and limbs.
  • At the halting-place they unbag a little barley and wheat-meal, make dough, thrust it into the fire, "break bread," and wash it down with a few drops of dirty water. The Land of Midian — Volume 1
  • It was the Actress whom we'd met in the City, sweating profusely from her exertions and with a dirty smudge across a cheek.
  • I' never seen a company washing dirty linen in public this way.
  • We have to give credit to the young generation of education "reformers" for a political game as dirty as that of the cagiest old veteran hatchet men. John Thompson: It Is Time for Charter and Neighborhood School Teachers to Unite
  • I wish he wouldn't tell dirty jokes .
  • I walked into the washroom to take a shower, I felt so dirty.
  • The small apartment reflected the same disheveled appearance as it's occupant; dirty and smelly.
  • Little Penguin: Hes a dirty trash can full of poop.
  • The dirty, surging guitar behind Milkshake gave it a harder rock feel than the original pop version.
  • Who'd have thought their world of history and dirty fingernails would be so controversial or dangerous? The Sun
  • The house was large and old, the furniture not much less ancient, the situation dreary, the roads everywhere bad, the soil a stiff clay, wet and dirty, except in the midst of summer, the country round it disagreeable, and in short, destitute of every thing that could afford any satisfaction to Mrs A Description of Millenium Hall And the Country Adjacent Together with the Characters of the Inhabitants and Such Historical Anecdotes and Reflections As May Excite in the Reader Proper Sentiments of Humanity, and Lead the Mind to the Love of Virtue
  • Doug Robertson and I commiserated about it once, only he took the idea and Dirty Snowflake Apparel was born. Hooping.org | Blog | Hooping Clothes For Guys: Dirty Snowflake
  • Told in mockumentary style, the film is fast and furious and the humour's down and dirty. The Sun
  • Bruce wrote and sang all of Cream's toughest material - White Room, Sunshine Of Your Love - with a voice as angelically strung-out as Jeff Buckley and as gutbucket dirty as a 100 year-old-blues preacher.
  • Claim 4 relates to an upright appliance on wheels having a cleaning head with a rotatable brush at the dirty air inlet.
  • He slept on a dirty foam mattress thrown out by a hospital. Times, Sunday Times
  • His once dirty blond hair had become a light, sandy brown and his scrawny build had been filled out with muscles.
  • Dirty linen should be washed at home. 
  • An inefficiency tax on the generation of dirty energy would be a brilliant thing, along with tax credits for installation of solar panels and energy-efficient retrofits.
  • It is a dirty disco tune with an anthemic rock chorus.

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