sordid

[ sawr-did ]SEE DEFINITION OF sordid

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Its most significant details were of a sordid kind, familiar to poverty.

Sordid surroundings, ignorance, and overcrowding did the rest.

There were also women in sordid skirts and with their loose jackets unhooked.

"You shouldn't take such a sordid view of the matter," said the artist.

I had asked that sordid question only to hide the unreasoning gladness of my heart.

He forgot Morris Barnes and the sordid mystery of which he was the centre.

On his part it was a love match, free from all sordid motives.

It is only fair to add that her delight was not tarnished by any sordid calculations.

Spores ovate or subelliptical, mostly uninucleate, sordid green.

They are our gods: they round and ennoble the most partial and sordid way of living.

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