Adjective(1) soiled or likely to soil with dirt or grime(2) having a physical or moral blemish so as to make impure according to dietary or ceremonial laws
(1) We need not worry about such things as ceremonial washings and clean and unclean foods.(2) Isaiah was a man of unclean lips who prophesied the birth of Christ.(3) For He had been saying to him, ├ö├ç├┐Come out of the man, you unclean spirit!├ö├ç├û(4) Given the fact that many Irish people are infrequent users of shower or bath, there are grounds for fearing that an unclean security area can become a breeding ground for nasty microbes.(5) For example, why should our cities and villages be so unclean and unhygienic?(6) A diversified diet with a lot of vegetables, and avoiding unclean food as roundworms may also cause gallbladder disease, will help prevent stones.(7) In Mark 5 we read the story of the man with an unclean spirit who lived in the country of the Gerasenes.(8) When I view La Belle Noiseuse, a movie which features more than 90 minutes of a naked Emmanuelle Beart, my thoughts are not impure or unclean .(9) Religious texts and law books are modified to describe cow eating as unclean , and beef as well as other meat begins to disappear from the menus for Brahmins and the upper classes.(10) In Mark 1: 23-24 the Bible says the man had an unclean spirit, as if in the singular.(11) Peter says, ├ö├ç├┐No Lord, no, I cannot eat these forbidden foods, I have never eaten any unclean thing.├ö├ç├û(12) She refused tinned sardines for lunch because by eating them she would make herself unclean and thus unfit to visit the temple for the next twenty-four hours.(13) The demons who follow Satan share these titles with him as enemies, foul spirits, lying spirits, tempters, and unclean spirits.(14) In 1868, he visited Brown's Flat near Yosemite's Merced River, where he encountered a group of Indians denigrated as Diggers whom he found dirty and unclean .(15) During the same period that John Muir was describing Indians as dirty and unclean , cities were perceived as dirty and polluted.(16) As the conflict worsened, Jews were forced-under pain of death-to pay homage to Zeus, to eat unclean foods, and even to renounce Yahweh as their God.
1. dirty ::
2. impure ::
Different Formsunclean, uncleaned, uncleaner, uncleanest, uncleanly, uncleanness
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