Oraciones con "dirty"

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I gave her a dirty.
It was dirty cop time.
Do your own dirty work.
Back in the dirty south.
I no longer felt dirty.
He was a dirty old man.
I gave her a dirty look.

John was a dirty blonde.
It was cloudy and dirty.
Dirty laundry on the line.
You need a dirty face.
And anyway, I feel dirty.
Can’t have a dirty gun.
She felt guilty and dirty.
Yet I feel dirty, stained.
This snake is a dirty liar.
He's just a dirty old man.
Reflected in my dirty heart.
He is a puny, dirty wretch.
This dirty Shia, he jealous.
This is a super dirty trick.
Her face was dirty and cut.
Ella gives them a dirty look.
But he is a dirty scoundrel.
Use this dirty trick to add.
It is a dirty little secret.
Dirty Feathers stuck to him.
Sorren gave her a dirty look.
He is a dirty filthy animal.
Ciere gives him a dirty look.
Now came the dirty fighting.
Thus we come to this dirty.
I heard the guy was dirty.
He hated wearing dirty socks.
It is dirty, but that will.
And that is what this dirty.
He seemed really dirty to me.
He always got the dirty jobs.
His fur was balled and dirty.
Of course that kind of dirty.
She was afraid of dirtying it.
I just can't see her dirtying her hands in any way.
They wash themselves by dirtying water and then dumping the dirty water somewhere else.
They pollute their own water by dirtying it with their own feces and urine and their own bodies.
Had the creature been given a longer life-span and a more rapid method of procreation, it would have eventually spawned a new species of Quigg capable of not only cleaning things but also of dirtying things, allowing themselves to always stay alive, even if only to be caught up in a ridiculous loop of cleaning, dirtying, cleaning, dirtying, and so on.
She's dirtied my new shawl.
The little girl was dirtied.
Regardless, she sullied him, dirtied him.
Raymond dirtied his drawers in the Bush/Gore election campaign.
They were now splattered with the same violet stain that dirtied her sink.
Rick’s past was being dragged through the muck, and Private was dirtied by association.
Beside one of the openings into the hold of the ship, a large, black patch dirtied the red deck.
Apparently, Marilyn told the reporter that Ida took the money from her because she had dirtied her clothing.
Then I dropped down and hid the noose beneath the loam, and dirtied the rope so that it blended in the dark with the trunk.
Molly, sweet Molly, of long pigtails and dirtied bare feet, stepped heavily in her ivory dress as she moved to wed a dead man.
It was a yellow box on two large wheels, that, reaching to the tilt, prevented travelers from seeing the road and dirtied their shoulders.
At the top of the dirtied stairs, his toes squished into deep, gooey mud, but he took little time enjoying the luxury of actually feeling something other than pain.
If your intentions towards all living creatures is clean, and not dirtied by envy, or fear, or hate… if your intentions towards Nature are clean; and not dirtied by selfishness, arrogance, insensitivity, indifference, etc: the Nature and all living creatures will treat you as you treat them… This is why wild animals do not need to shampoo their hair, or wash themselves to clean themselves of parasites.
Then the sacred act of sex: meant only for reproduction; meant only for the best of each species to propagate and in doing so improve the health and strength of the species as a whole; which is supposed to happen only at the pinnacle of virility and maturity by the best of the species, at the best time, for the best reasons… when this biological-genetic law is violated and dirtied: everything as far as gratification and intensity of experience is concerned: everything after the act of sex is down: is an anticlimax; is worse and less.
He lives a clean life, never dirties his hands.
Now, more than ever, you could feel him running right up to the edge of the Seven Dirties, longing to jump:.
Inside Gary saw a row of coat hangers, where clean overalls were hung, and dirties left on the shelf underneath.
To judge yourself and to judge others is a preoccupation of the mind that dirties the heart and subsequently obscures the soul.

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