Definition of smutty in English:


Syllabification: smut·ty
Pronunciation: /ˈsmədē

adjective (smuttier, smuttiest)

(Of talk, writing, or pictures) obscene or lascivious: smutty jokes
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  • Like all successful infomercials he uses sexual desire to sell his product, with the animators relishing in the opportunity to create smutty and suggestive scenes.
  • The lyrics to this very hummable song are extremely naughty, not smutty or crude, just enjoyably naughty.
  • Last year a bunch of staff at The New York Times were fired for sending ‘offensive’ and smutty emails.



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  • Educate them early by talking openly, but not smuttily or guiltily, about the pleasures of the flesh.
  • It would seem that this is the moment Ron's been waiting for all episode as he gets to be smuttily punny in front of a huge group of people.
  • Do you find yourself gazing longingly and rather smuttily at Cheetara as she disports in her tight-fitting leotard?


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  • The play was virtually unseen for 200 years, cast off for smuttiness and ‘perversity’.
  • Ronnie Barker was brilliant with the English language whereas today's comedians have to rely on crudeness, smuttiness and sexual innuendo to raise a laugh.
  • Censorship is the cause of smuttiness, in the past inhibited, combined with an uneducated population who are ignorant, and sometimes, very frightened of their own natural sexual behaviour.

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