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Synonyms for filthiness

Synonyms for filthiness

a state characterized by foul or disgusting dirt and refuse

moral corruption or pollution

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The situation along the road near Wahdat Colony was the worst; an area has been turned into a dumping site, where wild plants have grown, while piles of mud along both sides of the road have added to the filthiness in the area.
I hear that there are certain people in this city who wallow wretchedly in this filthiness without repentance.
4 suggests an ambiguous interpretation of Babylon because it is addressed to "Our Mothers" and "Our Sisters," as though "the symbol John assigns to filthiness and fornication is not simply the Whore of Babylon: she is our mother, she is our sister" (p.
Still, the lyrics reveal a love-hate relationship to home, wherever that may be: "Take me back to beautiful England/ and the gray, damp filthiness of ages.
In a conversation between Usama and Adil, Usama vents his anger at the filthiness and lassitude of Palestinian life: "is this an occupation or a disintegration?
Outside the East Asian context, the body (but not the breath) plays an important role in Islamic Dhikr, in which strong body movements often function as secondary meditation objects, while Christian meditative focus on the body is usually restricted to a negative concern with its filthiness or sinfulness or its ancillary use as a secondary object of meditation, e.
131-132): "The insides of the body of man is full of filthiness, contains his bowels that are full of dung, which represents the corruption and filthiness that the heart of man is naturally full of.
In the midst of the filthiness on the front, everything good and worthy in life was deposited with morally elevated, faithful women back home, who thus upheld the meaningfulness of soldiers' lives and rose above their personal qualities to become emotionally recharged symbols of purity.
This costume also foreshadows the religious epiphany to come as Tucker notes its astounding similarity to the description in Revelation 17: 4-5: "'And the woman was arrayed in purple and scarlet colour, and decked with gold and precious stones and pearls, and held a golden cup in her hand full of abominations and filthiness of her fornication: And upon her forehead was a name written, MYSTERY, BABYLON THE GREAT.
What filthiness and fraudulence could be more severe than this?
The germs causing the Black Death and other plagues that periodically ravaged Europe owed much of their success to the devotion to holy filthiness fostered by the loving mother church.
The filthiness of it - and with a man of your own household, a man of no rank.
The Philadelphia physicians documented the filthiness of Montreal in their report, a condition that the city took no measures to rectify until the epidemic had all but run its course.
When Shame links the 'damned Vices cup' that Cambises drinks from with his wickedness, the spirit may be encouraging the audience to recall the cup from which the Whore of Babylon makes kings drink in the book of Revelation: 'And the woman was arrayed in purple and scarlet colour, and decked with gold and precious stones and pearls, having a golden cup in her hands full of abominations and filthiness of her fornication' (Revelation 17.