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Spell Check of dirty

Correct spelling: dirty

Definition of dirty:

  1. Soiled with dirt; foul; filthy; soiled, or as if so; mean.
  2. To soil; to tarnish; to scandalize.

Common misspellings for dirty:

dirthy, dirsty, diry.


Google Ngram Viewer results for dirty:

This graph shows how "dirty" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Quotes for dirty:

  1. I really enjoy having sex, and that's offensive to some people. Women are the quickest to call other women sluts, which is sad. I haven't met a lot of men who've said, "You like having sex? What a dirty whore you are!". That's because they wish their wives or girlfriends would have more sex with them.
  2. And I liked pluralist Australia. I got a taste for pluralist Australia. I like, I like Australians and I can't believe that they're going to go to hell because they tell a good dirty joke, you know.
  3. And so I put down some of the things that he said, about keeping your tools sharpened and not letting them lie on the ground where they get hurt or get abused and dirty and can't find them. And some thoughts about how his father used to do things.
  4. Reality is a dirty word for me, I know it isn't for most people, but I am not interested. There's too much of it about.
  5. I don't come to tournaments to make friends, to go to parties, to hold conversations. I come to be the best, and I'm not mean and cruel and dirty.

Rhymes for dirty:

  1. berty, gertie, gerty, bertie;