filthy

Filthy vs Gross - What's the difference?

filthy | gross |


As an adjective filthy

is covered with filth; very dirty.

As a proper noun gross is

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Filthy vs Rags - What's the difference?

filthy | rags |


As an adjective filthy

is covered with filth; very dirty.

As a noun rags is

the first month of the year; see also.

Inappropriate vs Filthy - What's the difference?

inappropriate | filthy |


As adjectives the difference between inappropriate and filthy

is that inappropriate is not appropriate; not suitable for the situation, time, and/or place while filthy is covered with filth; very dirty.

Filthy vs Indecent - What's the difference?

filthy | indecent |


As adjectives the difference between filthy and indecent

is that filthy is covered with filth; very dirty while indecent is indecent.

Filthy vs Sooty - What's the difference?

filthy | sooty |


As adjectives the difference between filthy and sooty

is that filthy is covered with filth; very dirty while sooty is of, relating to, or producing soot.

As a verb sooty is

to blacken or make dirty with soot.

Shitty vs Filthy - What's the difference?

shitty | filthy |


As adjectives the difference between shitty and filthy

is that shitty is (vulgar|colloquial) very bad; unpleasant; miserable; insignificant while filthy is covered with filth; very dirty.

Filthy vs Profane - What's the difference?

filthy | profane |


As an adjective filthy

is covered with filth; very dirty.

As a verb profane is

.

Filthy vs Explicit - What's the difference?

filthy | explicit |


As adjectives the difference between filthy and explicit

is that filthy is covered with filth; very dirty while explicit is explicit.

Mess vs Filthy - What's the difference?

mess | filthy |


As a noun mess

is (obsolete) mass; church service or mess can be a disagreeable mixture or confusion of things; hence, a situation resulting from blundering or from misunderstanding; a disorder.

As a verb mess

is (label) to take meals with a mess or mess can be (label) to make a mess of.

As an adjective filthy is

covered with filth; very dirty.

Filthy vs Unpleasant - What's the difference?

filthy | unpleasant |


As adjectives the difference between filthy and unpleasant

is that filthy is covered with filth; very dirty while unpleasant is not pleasant.

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