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Adjective: soiled  soyld
  1. Not clean, or likely to soil with dirt or grime
    "soiled unswept pavements";
    - dirty, unclean
Verb: soil  soyl
  1. Make soiled, filthy, or dirty
    "don't soil your clothes when you play outside!";
    - dirty, begrime, grime, colly [archaic], bemire [archaic]

See also: Augean, bedraggled, befouled, begrimed, black, buggy, cleanness, cobwebbed, cobwebby, cruddy, dingy, dirty-faced, draggled, feculent, filthy, flyblown, foul, fouled, greasy, grimy, grubby, grungy, lousy, maculate, mucky, muddy, nasty, oily, ratty, raunchy [US], scroungy [US], scrungy [Austral, NZ], scummy, skeevy [US], smudgy, smutty, snot-nosed, snotty, sooty, sordid, squalid, travel-soiled, travel-stained, uncleanly [archaic], unswept, untidy, unwashed

Type of: alter, change, modify

Encyclopedia: Soiled