dirtiness

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In front of her were the sheets, the table cloths, a veritable mass of dirtiness.

With drunkenness exist also dirtiness, idleness, dishonesty, and untruthfulness.

"If I were you I'd hold my tongue and not draw attention to my dirtiness," said Dawn.

They're all a flash in the pan, and moonshine and dirtiness.

His dirtiness is due to the people who pen him up so that he can hardly stir.

The influence of obstruction, due to the dirtiness of the filter, depends on circumstances too variable to be taken into account.

For this stairway was a common one, as its dirtiness would testify.

The flower's purity was a mirror in which she saw her own dirtiness.

Children in various degrees of nakedness and dirtiness play everywhere.

His dirtiness surpasses anything I have ever seen, and his food is abominably nasty.

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