I regard the theater as a woman I loved dearly who treated me like dirt.
But how is it they never lose that hunger to turn over the next shovel of dirt?
The concrete building from which the sounds emanate shakes from the impact, rattling the colorful houses on the dirt roads nearby.
Trying to demonstrate her innocence for the police listening in, he calls her cruel names and treats her like dirt.
He and his wife and children shared a cinder-block house with a roof made of sheet metal and a dirt floor.
In color he was manifestly white, for all that dirt and the weather could do to disguise it.
There were marks of dirt upon it where the friendly fox's feet had rested.
So you and Jan will have to do most of the digging, though I can shovel away the dirt.
They are for the most part of wood, and their paint is covered with dirt.
I tried to think they were the best because they would not show the London dirt.
15c. metathesis of Middle English drit, drytt "mud, dirt, dung" (c.1300), from Old Norse drit, cognate with Old English dritan "to void excrement," from Proto-Germanic *dritanan (cf. Dutch drijten, Old High German trizan).
Used abusively of persons from c.1300. Meaning "gossip" first attested 1926 (in Hemingway); dirt bike is 1960s. Dirt-cheap is from 1821. Dirt road attested by 1852.