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Uncleanly, foul, filthy: “the very u. flux of a cat,” As III, 2, 70. “the u. savours of a slaughterhouse,” John IV, 3, 112. In a moral sense, == indecent, unbecoming: “courtesy would be u., if courtiers were shepherds,” As III, 2, 51. “u. scruples fear not you,” John IV, 1, 7. “some u. apprehension . . . in session sit with meditations lawful,” Oth. III, 3, 139.
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