They were putting on outer clothes from the store-room to protect them from the dirt and damp.
Dick, vaguely conscious of damp and dirt, went up to his bedroom.
But ye kin ride, b'y; so dirt don't count; clean ridin's the thing.
We worked in gangs of six, digging and passing up the dirt into the night-tubs.
In some places there are high mounds of dirt outside the city wall.
"I'm taking comfort," he muttered, with his mouth in the dirt.
An' then there was pomegranates an' cherubim, an' as for silver an' gold, they were as common as dirt.
"Dirt don't stick to you, Mr. Oldfield," once said a seeking widow.
There is not a grain of dirt upon my hands or my face or my body.
On every story there was the same destitution, dirt, and promiscuity.