#EngVocab: Other Ways to Say ‘Dirty’

Today we will learn about other ways to say ‘dirty.’
Do you know some substitutes of ‘dirty’?

Let’s start.

  1. Cruddy.
    Meaning: dirty, unpleasant, or of low quality.
    E.g
    “The seller gave my brother-in-law a really cruddy bag.”
  2. Mucky.
    Meaning: dirty and messy; covered with or consisting of dirt or filth.
    E.g.
    “The tables in the restaurant are mucky because fewer employees work in the weekend.”
  3. Unkempt.
    Meaning: having an untidy or disheveled appereance.
    E.g.
    “He woke up late so he went to work unkempt.”
  4. Scuzzy.
    Meaning: dirty, shabby, or foul in condition or character.
    E.g.
    “We went to his scuzzy room in the apartment.”

Compiled and written by @sherlydarmali for @EnglishTips4U on Sunday, April 12, 2020.

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