Synonyms of filthy in English:

filthy


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adjective

1‘the room was filthy’

SYNONYMS
dirty, mucky, grimy, muddy, murky, slimy, unclean
foul, squalid, sordid, shabby, sleazy, nasty, soiled, sullied, scummy
polluted, contaminated, unhygienic, unsanitary
rotten, defiled, decaying, putrid, putrefied, smelly, fetid, faecal
informal cruddy, grungy, yucky
British informal grotty
Northern Irish informal bogging
literary befouled, besmirched, begrimed
rare feculent
ANTONYMS

clean

2‘his face was filthy’

SYNONYMS
unwashed, unclean, dirty, grimy, dirt-encrusted, smeared, smeary, grubby, muddy, mucky, black, blackened, begrimed, stained, unkempt
ANTONYMS

clean, scrubbed

3‘she told filthy jokes’

SYNONYMS
obscene, indecent, dirty, smutty, rude, improper, corrupt, coarse, bawdy, unrefined, indelicate, vulgar, lewd, racy, raw, off colour, earthy, ribald, risqué, licentious
vile, depraved, foul, impure, offensive, prurient, salacious, pornographic, explicit, foul-mouthed
informal blue, raunchy, near the bone, near the knuckle, nudge-nudge, porn, porno, X-rated
euphemistic adult
ANTONYMS

clean, polite

4‘you filthy brute!’

SYNONYMS
despicable, contemptible, nasty, low, base, mean, vile, disgusting, unpleasant, obnoxious, wretched, shabby, sordid
informal dirty, dirty rotten, low-down, no-good, beastly, lousy

5‘he was in a filthy mood’

SYNONYMS
bad, foul, unpleasant, bad-tempered, ill-tempered, irritable, grumpy, grouchy, cantankerous, curmudgeonly, aggressive, cross, fractious, peevish, short-tempered, hot-tempered, quick-tempered
informal snappish, snappy, chippy, on a short fuse, short-fused
British informal shirty, stroppy, narky, ratty
North American informal cranky, ornery, peckish, soreheaded
informal, dated waxy, miffy
ANTONYMS

good


adverb

1‘he wants to be filthy rich’

SYNONYMS
very, extremely, tremendously, immensely, vastly, hugely, remarkably
disgustingly, excessively, exceedingly, abominably, revoltingly
informal stinking, terrifically, awfully, terribly, madly, seriously, mega, ultra, damn, damned, too … for words