For all its filthiness, Hysterical Literature is clean to the point of precision.
The end rarely justifies the means, and there are means so foul that they would blot any result into their own filthiness.
What is to be got rid of is not this or that defect or vice, but 'all filthiness of flesh and spirit.'
The multitudes of these insects, however, have been generated by Indian filthiness.
So have we to be warned against "all filthiness of the flesh and spirit."
It is there that one surprises one's masters in all the filthiness, in all the baseness of their inner natures.
This is not decisive; it is her ugliness, filthiness, and laziness that are made most of.
But all love, of whatsoever sort, say they, is a filthiness of the flesh.
When all filthiness and all idols are taken away, none are left.
These rooms could have vied with any in London for supremacy of filthiness.
In early use often hardly more emphatic than the mod. dirty; it is now a violent expression of disgust, seldom employed in polite colloquial speech. [OED]Related: Filthiness.