Synonyms for smut


Grammar : Noun
Spell : smuht
Phonetic Transcription : smʌt

Top 10 synonyms for smut Other synonyms for the word smut

Définition of smut

Origin :
  • 1660s, "black mark, stain," from verb smutten "debase, defile" (late 14c.), later "stain or mark with soot, etc." (1580s), cognate with Middle High German smotzen "make dirty," from West Germanic *smutt- (cf. Middle High German smuz "grease, dirt;" German Schmutz "dirt," schmutzen "to make dirty"). The meaning "indecent or obscene language" is first attested 1660s.
  • noun pornography
Example sentences :
  • That had been the last of Smut's days of prowess had I not fortunately had a spear.
  • Extract from : « The Rifle and The Hound in Ceylon » by Samuel White Baker
  • Smut and Bran had him by the ears, and a thrust with the knife finished him.
  • Extract from : « The Rifle and The Hound in Ceylon » by Samuel White Baker
  • It was known in unofficial circles as Smut One and attendance was compulsory.
  • Extract from : « The Boy Grew Older » by Heywood Broun
  • To the men he was Smut, and no one ever thought of calling him anything else.
  • Extract from : « The Story of Baden-Powell » by Harold Begbie
  • The shining surface reflected the Smut, and he seemed to himself to be two.
  • Extract from : « Miscellanea » by Juliana Horatia Ewing
  • Why, you were dancing and jumping and calling to Smut when I met you as if there was nothing the matter!
  • Extract from : « The Rectory Children » by Mrs Molesworth
  • You can walk with mamma alone then, Alie, and Smut and I will come after you.
  • Extract from : « The Rectory Children » by Mrs Molesworth
  • Smut was very fond of Bridget, who had a very big heart for all dumb animals.
  • Extract from : « The Rectory Children » by Mrs Molesworth
  • P'raps I'd better fix to try again after all—what do you think, Smut?'
  • Extract from : « The Rectory Children » by Mrs Molesworth
  • They were Bridget and Smut, both apparently absorbed in admiring the sunset.
  • Extract from : « The Rectory Children » by Mrs Molesworth

Antonyms for smut

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