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DIRT, n durt.

1. Any foul or filthy substance; excrement; earth; mud; mire; dust; whatever adhering to any thing, renders it foul or unclean.

The fat closed, and the dirt came out. Judges 3:22.

Whose waters cast up mire and dirt Isaiah 57:20.

2. Meanness; sordidness. [Not in use.]

DIRT, verb transitive durt. To make foul or filthy; to soil; to bedaub; to pollute; to defile.