adjective, filth·i·er, filth·i·est.
verb (used with object), filth·ied, filth·y·ing.
- filter tip,
- filterable virus,
- filtering operation,
- filthy lucre,
- filtration angle
Origin of filthy
Examples from the Web for filthiness
For all its filthiness, Hysterical Literature is clean to the point of precision.'Hysterical Literature': Women Who Read Until Orgasm|Rich Goldstein|March 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And for his practice, he was now drunken in all manner of uncleanness and filthiness.Biographia Scoticana (Scots Worthies)|John Howie
While all tobacco habits are filthy, there are degrees of filthiness.
This is not decisive; it is her ugliness, filthiness, and laziness that are made most of.
He is quite confident, however, that the filthiness of the city is to blame for the rapidity with which the disease spread.
Let your speech be savoury, seasoned with salt, and not corrupt and rotten communication: jest not with filthiness or sin.A Christian Directory (Volume 1 of 4)|Richard Baxter
adjective filthier or filthiest
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]