1. (US Und.) in possession of incriminating items, esp. drugs.
|Scene (1996) 162: FBI, Tubbs. You’re under arrest [...] I bet you’re filthy, Tubbs.|
2. (US campus) amazing, excellent [on bad = good model].
|Girls’ Night Out (1995) 188: ‘Filthy waves,’ agreed Bodge. ‘Classic.’.|
|Lockie Leonard, Legend (1998) 17: Have you heard Storytime yet? Filthy good band.|
|Online Sl. Dict. 🌐 filthy adj 1. very good, excellent; COOL, AWESOME. (‘Those shoes are filthy!’).|
|Sun-Herald (Sydney) 18 Jan. 29: The talent was filthy, the babes were lush and the mosh pit was going off.|
3. (Aus.) sarcastic, ill-tempered.
|Mud Crab Boogie (2013) [ebook] I was filthy on your giving me local anaesthetic.|
|Tales of the Honey Badger [ebook] Needless to say, I was filthy. I told her I was already full anyhow and didn’t want them [i.e. stolen sweets].|
4. (Aus.) sexy.
|Semi-Tough 236: ‘You better be an All-Pro in the rack, son, because you done got hold of yourself a po-ran-ah fish.’ I hope filthy little Linda has worn Dreamer’s ass full out by now.|
|Wind & Monkey (2013) [ebook] Les followed Digger up the stairs, his eyes burning holes in her shapely little behind as it swished slightly from side to side under her filthy mini dress.|
5. (Aus. teen) unacceptable, dishonourable.
|(con. 1960s-70s) Top Fellas 69/1: It was considered absolutely filthy to use your boots. If you fought you fought clean.|
a nickname for an unpleasant man, esp. a ‘peeping tom’ or ‘dirty old man’.
|Thieves Like Us (1999) 120: If I ever catch old Filthy MacNasty peepin’ [...] I’ll kick his end clear off.|
the female breasts.
|🌐 Please, please have a bit of giblet pie, while you fondle my filthy pillows. I have desires to bump uglies with you in my dreams, and I pray that my dreams may one day become a fantastic reality... Do you feel the same way??Maureen’s Lusty Confessions|
(Aus. Und.) furious with.
|Real Thing 21: What had the boys absolutely filthy was to think that some prick [...] was going to kill the one person [...] who the boys genuinely loved.|
|Neddy (1998) 145: ‘The only reason that he has agreed is because they have decided to empty him [throw him] out of the taskforce. He is filthy on them and wants to even up with them.’.|
full with, over-loaded with, usu. money.
|Kincaid Dispatch (KS) 1 Aug. 5/2: Empty beer bottles [...] are the source of much satisfaction to these small boys, for selling the same keeeps him filthy with pocket money.|
|Times (Philadelphia, PA) 25 Oct. 3/2: The Republicans [...] ‘are filthy with money’ and are spending it liberally.|
|Salt Lake Telegram (UT) 25 Jan. 4/1: ‘Why, he’s filthy wif money’.|
|Montogomery Advertiser (AL) 18 Nov. 4/6: ‘In a few days I’ll be perfectly filthy with money’.|
|Road of Ambition 137: Just filthy with money—that’s their trouble—and the more they have the more they want.|
|Showgirl 163: Dough. She must be filthy with it.|
|Phantom Detective Sept. 🌐 There’s an old guy runnin’ a pawnshop [...] He’s filthy with dough.‘Time Will Tell’ in|
|Ten Detective Aces Feb. 🌐 You been taught better than to lift goods in a depot. They’re filthy with plainclothes.‘College for Crooks’ in|
|Center of the World 92: Smug, self-centred, patronizing, cityfied, smooth, and probably filthy with money.|
|inCambridge Paperback Guide to Theatre 245: ‘I’m filthy with money,’ he confided, flashing his gross dress-ring.|
|Riding High 230: Don’t ya worry, I’m filthy with money. I’m the uh, what’s the word, Maxie — eccentric type, right?|