Definition: dirty matter; ADJ. filthy
Definition: dirty matter; ADJ. filthy
Sentences Containing 'filth'
"C. albiceps" is thought to be a mechanical vector of various diseases due to its association with filth.
A little bread or a few potatoes would have done as well, with less trouble and filth.
Believers were treated as harmful parasites that spread ignorance, filth and disease, and which needed to be liquidated.
Dave later played in the Wynona Riders and later the Vagrants reformed as Pot Valiant Filth re-united in 2010 and performed four shows: June 4 at the 924 Gilman Street, another on June 5 at The Hazmat in Oakland, CA, one in San Francisco at Thee Parkside, and another June 10 at The Uptown in Oakland, CA.
Filth is a hardcore punk band from East Bay, California.
For such fancies and imaginations, help much to purge away the dross and filth of this our earthly life,' &c.
Formed in the East Bay in 1989, from the ashes of Isocracy, the Vagrants, and Crimpshrine, Filth was a crustcore band that would help define the later "East Bay Hardcore" style.
He also contributed guest vocals for Cradle of Filth and Forgodsake.
He has also worked on "The Filth" and "Ministry of Space".
He stated "the milkers may not enter the dairy, a tin receiver is placed outside the house, into which the milk is poured and conveyed to the cheese tub by a conduit, at each end of which is a strainer to prevent any filth from the yard from passing into the cheese-tub".
Heavy, Left-Handed and Candid is a DVD release by Cradle of Filth, from the 2001 Midian Tour.
His travelogue shows his shock at the lack of hygiene amongst Tibetans, the filth of Tibetan cities, and by many Tibetan customs, including sexual practices, monastic immoderation, corruption and superstitious beliefs.
However, its next album, "Filth Pig" (1995), divided their fanbase, leading to a commercial decline that became evident when Warner Bros.
I am here not only to escape for a while the clamor and filth and confusion of the cultural apparatus but also to confront, immediately and directly if it's possible, the bare bones of existence, elemental and fundamental, the bedrock which sustains us (7).
If it is very low indeed, he will be likely to manage his dairy in a very slovenly and dirty manner, and will scarce, perhaps, think it worth while to have a particular room or building on purpose for it, but will suffer the business to be carried on amidst the smoke, filth, and nastiness of his own kitchen, as was the case of almost all the farmers' dairies in Scotland thirty or forty years ago, and as is the case of many of them still.
In a post-apocalyptic polluted earth overrun with mutated beasts called Filth Monsters (Contaminoids in Funimation's translation), humanity is forced to live in large mobile cities called Regios and learn to use weapons called DITE and harness the power of Kei to defend themselves.
It was already criticized (as in later centuries) as particularly bad bread; Juvenal refers to dog's bread as "filth" - "And bit into the filth of a dog's bread" "Et farris sordes mordere Canini".
Los Pochos Guapos, on a losing streak, got their first win over the team of Teddy Hart and Matt Cross, known as the Filth and the Fury.
Mill-Street proper is in a very bad state from the ash-heaps of rubbish and filth thrown into and lying on the centre of the road."
Most of the budget was raised privately; Burstall had obtained $7,000 from the Experimental Film and Television Fund to make a film called "Filth" which project manager Fred Schepisi allowed him to transfer over to "Stork"; $5,000 came from Bilcock and Copping, a company of Burstall's, with $21,000 from the sale of Burstall's Arthur Boyd paintings.
Oil, sweat, filth; or the sordes of the body: an excrementitious viscosity, the excrements of oil and other ointments used about the body, and mixed with the sordes of the body: all base and loathsome.
Other artists of note from Suffolk include the cartoonist Carl Giles (a bronze statue of his character "Grandma" to commemorate this is located in Ipswich town centre), poets George Crabbe and Robert Bloomfield, writer and editor Ronald Blythe, actors Ralph Fiennes and Bob Hoskins, actress and singer Kerry Ellis, musician and record producer Brian Eno, singer Ed Sheeran and Dani Filth, singer of the Suffolk-based extreme metal group, Cradle of Filth.
Several of this cursed brood, getting hold of the branches behind, leaped up into the tree, whence they began to discharge their excrements on my head; however, I escaped pretty well by sticking close to the stem of the tree, but was almost stifled with the filth, which fell about me on every side.
The 2xCD contains both bands complete discography including the "This Is Why We Are the Drunks" split 7" with Submachine from Pittsburgh, PA and Filth's 1990 demo tape.
The projector of this cell was the most ancient student of the academy; his face and beard were of a pale yellow; his hands and clothes daubed over with filth.
This theme is also reflected in the story of the river spirit Haku, whose river had been destroyed by a building project. In Miyazaki's most recent film, Ponyo, Ponyo's father shows a strong dislike for humans and their filth.
Willy Russell makes this point very clear to the audience by using characters that, the lack of pretty much everything in Liverpool except the crime and filth is really effecting e.g. Carol- her lack of education is very obviously troubling her as she would like to get a good job however is not bright enough to do so because of the lack of education.
``May I be hanged,''said Danglars, glancing at the bandit's dinner through the crevices of the door,``may I be hanged if I can understand how people can eat such filth!''
More Vocab Words::: emollient - soothing or softening remedy (for the skin); ADJ.
::: revoke - cancel; retract; CF. irrevocable
::: gauche - clumsy (in social behavior); coarse and uncouth
::: reverend - deserving reverence; N: priest
::: resumption - taking up again; recommencement; V. resume: begin or take up again; take or occupy again; Ex. Kindly resume your seats.
::: surfeit - satiate; feed or supply to excess; stuff; indulge to excess in anything; N: surfeiting; excessive amount; Ex. surfeit of food
::: cajole - persuade by praise or false promise; coax; wheedle
::: stammer - speak with involuntarily pauses or repetitions
::: glaze - cover with a thin and shiny surface; apply a glaze to; N: thin, smooth, shiny coating (as for pottery); Ex. unglazed pottery
::: quiescent - dormant; temporarily inactive; at rest; N. quiescence