Definition of 'dirtied'
Example sentences containing 'dirtied'
A vivid description of the dead boy whom she could not recognize, even his clothes were stained and dirtied beyond knowing.COFFIN ON THE WATER (2001)
She started to pull at the clothes she was wearing, which were horribly dirtied with pus and blood and all the rest.GALILEE (2001)
Kurmilla and I were dressed in our only clothes, which had been dirtied by the rickshaws splashing through puddles.GYPSY MASALA (2001)
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