Filth [noun]

Definition of Filth:

dirt, pollution

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Sentence/Example of Filth:

Added to this was the misery of dust that billowed everywhere all the time, a compound of dirt and the dessicated filth of horses and dogs that got into your clothes, your house, your eyes, your mouth, sometimes your very soul.

Therefore, get rid of all moral filth and the evil that is so prevalent and humbly accept the word planted in you, which can save you.

Amid the hush that followed, the stranger picked himself slowly up, and sought to wipe the filth from his face and garments.

There are poets and writers who see naught in war but carrion, filth, savagery and horror.

A crust of bread and clear air are far preferable to luxuries enveloped in clouds of smoke and heaps of filth.

But then who is there that can bear so total a disguise as filth and untidiness spread over a woman?

The tin glides over the greasy surface, noiselessly, smoothly, till the thick layer of filth is worn off.

A layer of dust lay over everything and there were dirt and filth in abundance.

Again, we will pass through stinking sewers, up to our elbows in putrid filth.

The manure in the immediate vicinity of Calais is the dung of the stable-keepers and the filth of that town.