foulness

[ foul-nis ]SEE DEFINITION OF foulness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FOULNESS

But not even that cloak could they cast upon their foulness.

It has shut out from me all the foulness of that past; and yet I am unworthy.

And doing it just as a hog wallows in foulness—for the love of it.

Tell them of the foulness, of the cruelty, of the senselessness of it all.

"Yet they say this has to be done;" and he bowed under the weight of the foulness of this girl.

He does not know that I am aware of all his foulness and villainy.

It was from within, apparently, that the foulness and horror had come.

Gangrene was in all the wards, the filth and foulness of the atmosphere were fearful.

Her interest in the disease overcame her disgust at the foulness of the revelation.

The foulness of the air and filth which this entailed may be too easily imagined.

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