adjective, un·clean·er, un·clean·est.
- uncle tom,
- uncle tom's cabin,
- uncle tomism,
- uncle vanya,
Origin of unclean
Examples from the Web for unclean
First, religious texts condemn them as unclean, plus the love Westerners shower on pets made them inherently suspect.
The first is the opinion that these are unclean subjects, about which the less said the better.Self Knowledge and Guide to Sex Instruction|T. W. Shannon
The sun pours its rays into the unclean streets, the thermometer registers eighty in the shade.London's Underworld|Thomas Holmes
I met him at the corner of my garden, an empty basket on his head, and an unclean cloth round his loins.Life's Handicap|Rudyard Kipling