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noun as in grime, impurity

noun as in obscenity; immorality

noun as in soil

Strongest matches

Strong match

noun as in gossip

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Then finally, 125cc and above have manual clutches and four-to-six-speed transmissions, putting them the closest to full-size dirt bikes in terms of required techniques.

This scooter has a dedicated press button for easy folding, a mudguard to protect from any flying dirt, and rubber handles for a secure grip.

For your equipment, a quick scrub with soapy water removes any dirt or grime, and a spray of your rubbing alcohol spray will bust the remaining bacteria.

With every warning, I’d get on the dirt bike and check on the fire.

They confirmed the idea using synthetic urine and faux lunar dirt.

Turns out that wool regulates temperature, repels water, wicks away moisture, and resists stains and dirt.

They slapped and punched him, and when he fell, dragged him through the dirt.

In one case a detainee was dragged naked along the dirt floor.

And Madusa had spent time on motorcycles, dirt bikes and four wheelers, among other rides.

But how is it they never lose that hunger to turn over the next shovel of dirt?

He walked first to one side, and then the other, rooting in the dirt with his funny, rubbery nose.

Then a shower of dirt flew into their faces and both Jolly Robin and his wife tumbled over backward.

I pulled the saddle off my horse, slapped it down on the dirt floor, and went stalking up to the long cabin.

Thence were taken fifteen baskets of gravel and dirt, which has the color of coal, in order to assay it.

Nor can this dirt be worked without danger of caving in, as was the case in all the veins and works that were on that elevation.


On this page you'll find 88 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to dirt, such as: excrement, ground, muck, mud, soil, and stain.

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