Definition of filthiness in English:

filthiness

noun

  • See filthy

    • ‘The guard hesitated, eying her suspiciously, taking in her filthiness and the peasant clothes she was wearing.’
    • ‘The house was a little bigger on the inside than it had appeared externally, though my first impression of its filthiness held true.’
    • ‘Those statements have, in every case, been allegations of fact - illness, madness, filthiness or defilement.’
    • ‘The dirt and the filthiness of the city and its open drains nauseate her.’
    • ‘You could smell his filthiness a long way away.’

Pronunciation

filthiness

/ˈfɪlθɪnəs/