Definition of Filthiness

1. Noun. A state characterized by foul or disgusting dirt and refuse.

Exact synonyms: Filth, Foulness, Nastiness
Generic synonyms: Unsanitariness
Derivative terms: Filthy, Filthy, Foul, Nasty



2. Noun. Moral corruption or pollution. "This deformity and filthiness of sin"
Generic synonyms: Nefariousness, Ugliness, Vileness, Wickedness
Derivative terms: Filthy, Filthy

Definition of Filthiness

1. n. The state of being filthy.

Definition of Filthiness

1. Noun. the property of being filthy ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Filthiness

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Literary usage of Filthiness

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1. Handbook of War Facts and Peace Problems by Arthur Lincoln Frothingham, Albert Bushnell Hart, National Security League (1919)
"Also, in forced evacuations of towns, pains were taken to mine the churches, so as to blow them up when full of people. German filthiness. ..."

2. The Works of George Fox by George Fox (1831)
"... and sprinkle clean water upon them, that they may be cleansed from their filthiness, and from their idols, and take away the stony heart,' &c. ..."

3. Narrative of Privations and Sufferings of United States Officers and by United States Sanitary Commission (1864)
"The men as they appeared when brought on board the flag of truce boat, and into the Hospitals—Distressing spectacle—Hunger, nakedness, filthiness—Disease ..."

4. Pioneering in South Brazil: Three Years of Forest and Prairie Life in the by Thomas Plantagenet Bigg-Wither (1878)
"filthiness of the inhabitants.—Curious facts of disease.—Preparations for a start.—A battle royal. ALL this time we have been entirely forgetting Senhor ..."

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