And even if Britain had wanted to keep mining the filthy stuff, it was getting too expensive to dig it out.
Aniston played a dentist with a voracious sexual appetite and a filthy mouth.
Step too far off the beaten path and you could be faced with diseased rodents and filthy insects.
It was filthy beyond belief,” said Middleton, who was sent to the school for the crime of “incorrigibility.
But he cannot imagine a remake not set in the filthy old New York of 1982.
I could bring one of them down; but the filthy creatures, ugh!
These filthy people cook, eat and sleep all in this filthy hole.
The swarms of children were of the gutter, shoeless, tattered, and filthy.
Sooner than submit to your filthy embraces, I will dare exposure, and death itself!
The Portuguese did not assume to be a cleanly race, and they were a filthy one in reality.
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.