• WordNet 3.6
    • adj smutty soiled with dirt or soot "with feet black from playing outdoors","his shirt was black within an hour"
    • adj smutty characterized by obscenity "had a filthy mouth","foul language","smutty jokes"
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Smutty Obscene; not modest or pure; as, a smutty saying. "The smutty joke, ridiculously lewd."
    • Smutty Soiled with smut; smutted.
    • Smutty Tainted with mildew; as, smutty corn.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • smutty Soiled with smut, coal, soot, or the like.
    • smutty Affected with smut or mildew.
    • smutty Obscene; immodest; impure: as, smutty language.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • adj Smutty stained with smut: affected with smut or mildew: obscene, filthy
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
Scand., Sw. smuts; Ger. schmutz, prob. from root of smite.


In literature:

First, soil infection from a previous smutty crop; second, soil infection from wind-blown spores.
"The Desert of Wheat" by Zane Grey
I pass by that it is very culpable to be facetious in obscene and smutty matters.
"Sermons on Evil-Speaking" by Isaac Barrow
The cat ran out, smutty, just flying.
"Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States" by Work Projects Administration
A flock of a thousand sheep has got to be mighty clean if some of them ain't smutty.
"The Lions of the Lord" by Harry Leon Wilson
Harriet says it's smutty.
"The Beth Book" by Sarah Grand
I never heard him swear or knew of his telling a lie; he don't drink or tell smutty yarns, or have anything to do with bad women.
"A California Girl" by Edward Eldridge
Neither spoke as the bare, smutty meadow was crossed.
"The Biography of a Prairie Girl" by Eleanor Gates
Not to tell "smutty stories," they were welcomed by the average crowd.
"The Harbor" by Ernest Poole
With laughter and smutty allusions we discussed the case.
"My Secret Life, Volumes I. to III." by Anonymous
Listen to him now, carolling a "chanson" as he manages his smutty cookery.
"Cedar Creek" by Elizabeth Hely Walshe

In poetry:

There is no such land of castles
Where an Englishman is free
To read his smutty literature
With muffins at his tea.
"National Song (E.C.)" by Ezra Pound

In news:

Everyone can conjure up images of the smoky, smutty streets of Dickens' London.
More loving than smutty, this riff on the glory of dirty movies has more double entendres than an X-rated film, but charms with its sincerity.
SEX One fleeting encounter and some smutty references tied to home shopping.
In the Telegraph article, headlined "Smutty show a comic outrage," an anti-child abuse campaigner calls Crumb's artwork "crude and perverted images emanating from what is clearly a sick mind.".
Pol Zinged in Smutty Twitter Scam.
Greezy Man and Stinky Man Meets Smutty Ranks on Tarantula Hill.
Like a St Nic for the adult set, the filmmaker, author and raconteur arrives with a sleigh full of nostalgic, smutty fun.
What should you read this weekend USA TODAY's picks for book lovers include Jodi Picoult's latest page turner, a memoir by a former Black Panther, and an un-smutty novel called Smut.
Here Are Some More Smutty Secret Service Stories.
We hear the smutty stroll was part of a video shoot.