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adjective as in soiled

Strong match

adjective as in unsanitary

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Example Sentences

On board is Sully, who sacrificed her marriage and left her daughter behind in order to become one of the first humans to travel so far in our Solar System.

Straight couples will see that their own marriages were somehow not sullied after all.

Similarly, clandestine foreign operations have sullied the civilian courts.

This modern autocrat suckles from your own breast and buries you beneath a mountain of sullied nappies.

Suppose McCain had been voted out of office in 1992 after the Keating Five savings-and-loan scandal sullied his reputation.

This was very exceptional in railway history, for British and Irish railways possess a record that has rarely been sullied.

“Awful,” “horrid,” and “lovely” are good words; but they have been sullied by common use.

The same treachery which sullied the reminiscences of Ghent, characterised the procedure of the minister towards England in 1846.

Pomp grinned, and broke off some thick leaves to carefully clean the sullied end, chuckling merrily the while.

Even the memory of his grand passion was now corrupted, sullied, debased.


On this page you'll find 543 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sullied, such as: disheveled, run down, seedy, threadbare, untidy, and dilapidated.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.