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filthy (1 is peculiar to S.)
1. murky, thick H5 III. iii. 31, Mac. I. i. 12.
2. disgraceful, contemptible, scurvy Shr. IV. iii. 65, 1H4 III. iii. 79, Tim. I. i. 203, Lr. II. ii. 17 “filthy . . . knave,” Oth. V. ii. 155 “her most filthy bargain.”
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