Definition of filthy in English:

filthy

Syllabification: filth·y
Pronunciation: /ˈfilTHē
 
/

adjective (filthier, filthiest)

adverb

[as submodifier] informal Back to top  

Derivatives

filthily

Pronunciation: /ˈfilTHəlē/
adverb
More example sentences
  • Do you all talk that filthily at your company?
  • He ends up with some of his fellow trainees, secretly filmed, being filthily racist in their language, their fantasies and their behaviour.
  • Don't sulk and get in a filthily bad temper unless you've got an audience to notice this change in mood, and at least one person who will bravely ask you what's wrong.

filthiness

Pronunciation: /ˈfilTHēnəs/
noun
More example sentences
  • Those statements have, in every case, been allegations of fact - illness, madness, filthiness or defilement.
  • The dirt and the filthiness of the city and its open drains nauseate her.
  • You could smell his filthiness a long way away.

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