smutty

[ smuht-ee ]
/ ˈsmʌt i /

adjective, smut·ti·er, smut·ti·est.

soiled with smut; grimy.
indecent or obscene, as talk or writing: a smutty novel.
given to indecent or obscene talk, writing, etc., as a person.
(of plants) affected with smut.

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Origin of smutty

First recorded in 1590–1600; smut + -y1

OTHER WORDS FROM smutty

smut·ti·ly, adverbsmut·ti·ness, nounun·smut·ty, adjective

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