1. Dirtying synonyms, Dirtying pronunciation, Dirtying translation, English dictionary definition of Dirtying
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3. 18 synonyms of Dirtying from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 16 related words, definitions, and antonyms
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6. Dirtying looks like it is a form of the word dirty
7. Dirtying the Waters Jim Murphy
8. Hypernyms ("Dirtying" is a kind of): change of state (the act of changing something into something different in essential characteristics)
9. Hyponyms (each of the following is a kind of "Dirtying"): maculation; spotting; staining (the act of spotting or staining something)
10. In case of a Dirtying of the premises on average, we allow to charge for additional fee for the final cleaning
11. Synonyms for Dirtying include pollution, contamination, adulteration, foulness, dirtiness, fouling, impurity, tainting, adulterating and befouling
12. That’s right, fishing line is the clever life hack to keep birds from Dirtying your deck
13. Another way to say Dirtying? Synonyms for Dirtying (other words and phrases for Dirtying).
14. What does Dirtying mean? Present participle of dirty
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15. Tucker Carlson falsely claims immigrants are Dirtying the Potomac River Fox News host Tucker Carlson ripped into immigrants in the nation’s capital, accusing them without evidence of
16. It saves you from Dirtying lots of measuring cups—and then you can mix it together right in that Pyrex
17. Synonyms for Dirtying in Free Thesaurus
18. 2 synonyms for Dirtying: soiling, soilure
19. What are synonyms for Dirtying?
20. Dirtying the Waters: Texas Ranks First in Violating Water Pollution Rules
21. Antonyms for Dirtying include purity, cleanliness, cleanup, conservation, decontamination, purification, remediation, sterility, cleaning and cure
22. Dirtying: 1 n the act of soiling something Synonyms: soiling , soilure Types: maculation , spotting , staining the act of spotting or staining something contamination , pollution the act of contaminating or polluting; including (either intentionally or accidentally) unwanted substances or factors dust contamination the act of contaminating
23. Dirtying the waters County faces potential $240 million fine for alleged discharge of contaminated stormwater
24. How Wood Smoke is Dirtying Alaska's Air In Fairbanks, Alaska, residents are using wood stoves to heat their homes during the frigid winter months
25. Madhya Pradesh: FIR to be filed against those Dirtying Indore’s roads, walls Under the Cleanliness Survey 2021 launched in Indore, colouring, painting and promoting beautiful art works is being undertaken by the corporation at various places for the beautification of the city
26. In the Jinas state, the human body can fly, traverse a wall from side to side without breaking it or Dirtying it, take up the shape of plants, of rocks, animals, become smaller or …
27. Recipes That Require Dirtying 5 Dishes or Less ARTICLES
28. This was the dirty composition exercise where you're supposed to be Dirtying up the front of the frame with something that normally you would think to leave out
29. Burn off the Dirtying karma that weighs down the soul c
30. The Frywall will prevent oil from Dirtying up your kitchen (buy it: Food52, $40-$50 for a set of two, depending on the size)
31. Dirtying It Up follows Jasmine, part owner of 'With a Twist', as she struggles with a gypsy's fortune along with her friends
32. ShyWay has a great explanation on Dirtying weapons
33. So it seems even running a script is Dirtying the drawing
34. I also did a sanity check by disabling the after open trigger and the document is not dirty after opening and it is the script that is Dirtying it
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35. Dirty dirty 2 adverb informal 1 → play dirty 2 → talk dirty 3 → dirty great/dirty big dirty dirty 3 verb (dirtied, Dirtying, dirties) [intransitive, transitive] 1 DIRTY to make something dirty 2 …
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36. “Pure Language” and the Dirtying of Technology in Egan’s Novel March 19, 2019 by Essay Writer In the digital era, children are exposed to digital devices and the internet practically at birth through iPods, iPads, and iMacs–an element of modern childhood completely foreign to the parents raising these children.
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37. He would have preferred to dirty his hands in the manner required by case (b) rather than Dirtying his hands in the manner required by case (a)
38. To save you from Dirtying an extra dish, go ahead and melt the butter in the bowl you’ll use for the topping, then add the ingredients directly to the butter as you prep them
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39. MASTERS: Rory McIlroy Apologizes For Dirtying Augusta Member’s Green Jacket - November 13, 2020; WOW: Monster Alligator Spotted On Florida Golf Course - November 13, 2020; SWITCH-UP: Phil Mickelson Using New Clubs For The Masters - November 9, 2020; BOUNCE-BACK: Darren Clarke Wins First Event In Nearly A Decade - November 2, 2020
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40. Students protest sex abuse, UoM suspends five for ‘Dirtying’ lawns The University of Madras has suspended five students who were staging a protest alleging that a senior faculty sexually
41. During the year 2014, 22,862 people were penalized and the penalty realized was Rs 24,41,300/- for littering/Dirtying of station premises all over Delhi Division
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Define dirtying. dirtying synonyms, dirtying pronunciation, dirtying translation, English dictionary definition of dirtying. adj. dirt·i·er , dirt·i·est 1. a. Covered or marked with dirt or an unwanted substance; unclean.
1. Dirty, filthy, foul, squalid refer to that which is not clean. Dirty is applied to that which is filled or covered with dirt so that it is unclean or defiled: dirty clothes.
dirt′i·ness n. These adjectives apply to what is unclean, impure, or unkempt: dirty clothes; filthy rags; grimy hands; an old grubby stove; a squalid apartment. American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright © 2016 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company.
Dirty, filthy, foul, squalid refer to that which is not clean. Dirty is applied to that which is filled or covered with dirt so that it is unclean or defiled: dirty clothes. Filthy is an emphatic word suggesting something that is excessively soiled or dirty: filthy streets. Both dirty and filthy can refer to obscenity: a dirty mind, a filthy novel.