She had saved him from the second-rate, dingy life he had been so dingily ready to accept.
All blacks and carmines—all stolidly sober and brilliantly drunk—all dingily bathless: deeply savagely quietly human.
She drove to a little square too dingily middle class to require a policeman.
The floors, the doors, the cornices and mouldings are cheap in material, dingily garish in colour.
In a dingily furnished room, sitting on a molting, plush sofa I saw the curious little man to whom I had so taken months ago.
Now the stateliest craft that ride the Cockney surge are the rackety penny packet and dingily plebeian coal barge.
It is like a grotto gaudily but dingily decorated, or a vast circus-tent curtained off in hangings of those colors.