Another word for dirty
soiled, unclean, filthy, grimy, unsanitary, unhygienic, polluted, foul, nasty, slovenly, dusty, undusted, messy, squalid, sloppy, untidy, lousy, disheveled, uncombed, unsightly, slatternly, bedraggled, disarrayed, straggly, unwashed, unkempt, stained, tarnished, spotted, smudged, fouled, infected, greasy, spattered, smutty, smutted, flyspecked, muddy, mucky, sooty, smoky, smoked, slimy, rusty, murky, dingy, unlaundered, unswept, unsalable, unpolished, crummy*, scrubby*, icky*, grubby*, raunchy*, scuzzy*, yucky*, scummy*.
dirty is applied to that which is covered or filled with any kind of dirt and is the broadest of these terms a dirty face, a dirty room; ?soiled generally suggests the presence of superficial dirt in an amount sufficient to impair cleanness or freshness a soiled shirt; grimy suggests soot or granular dirt deposited on or ingrained in a surface a miner with a grimy face; filthy is applied to that which is disgustingly dirty filthy as a pigpen; foul implies extreme filth that is grossly offensive or loathsome because of its stench, putridity, or corruption foul air
soil, sully, stain, defile, pollute, foul, encrust, coat, tarnish, spot, smear, daub, blot, blur, make dusty, blacken, smudge, smutch, smoke, muddy, drabble, draggle, heap dirt upon, botch, begrime, bedaub, spoil, speck, sweat up, blotch, spatter, besmear, befoul, splash, debase, corrupt, taint, contaminate, rot, decay, mold, make impure, muck up*.
Another word for dirtyadjective
Covered or stained with or as if with dirt or other impurities:black, filthy, grimy, grubby, smutty, soiled, unclean, uncleanly. See clean
Offensive to accepted standards of decency:barnyard, bawdy, broad, coarse, Fescennine, filthy, foul, gross, lewd, nasty, obscene, profane, ribald, scatologic, scatological, scurrilous, smutty, vulgar. (Slang) raunchy. See decent
Violently disturbed or agitated, as by storms:heavy, raging, roiled, roily, rough, rugged, stormy, tempestuous, tumultuous, turbulent, ugly, violent, wild. See calm
To make dirty:befoul, begrime, besmirch, besoil, black, blacken, defile, smudge, smutch, soil, sully. See clean
To contaminate the reputation of:befoul, besmear, besmirch, bespatter, blacken, cloud, denigrate, smear, smudge, smut, soil, spatter, stain, sully, taint, tarnish. Idioms: give a black eye to, sling (or throw) mud on. See attack, clean