uncleanly


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Synonyms for uncleanly

covered or stained with or as if with dirt or other impurities

not chaste or moral

Words related to uncleanly

habitually unclean

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Even Utopian insistence that nothing that is "filthy, loathsome, or uncleanly be brought into the city" is not a result of a concern about the integrity of the land but an anxiety about public health and the potential effect of "pestilent diseases" on an urban population (64).
Well that made its debut there in the 1920s - but it had to be removed almost immediately when women started using it in "an uncleanly manner".
7) In Shakespeare's As You Like It (III, ii) Corin says "The courtier's hands are perfumed with civet," and Touchstone replies that "civet is of a baser birth than tar, the very uncleanly flux of a cat.
He cannot look any one in the face, and becomes careless in dress and uncleanly in person.
Building large commercial buildings such as hotels and shops to provide convenience to pilgrims is commendable, but most of these buildings are located right at the edge of the courtyard of the Grand Mosque causing congestion and uncleanly conditions near the sites of worship," she said, adding that building should be restricted by setting up construction zones further away from the Grand Mosque and pilgrims should be provided transportation.