- 01. The children were covered in [dirt] after playing outside all afternoon.02. To plant, dig a 1-inch hole in the ground, drop in the seed, cover with [dirt], and water.03. The kids sat in the [dirt], and counted their pennies.04. We had to drive along a [dirt] road for about 25 miles to get to the campsite.05. Make sure you put out the fire, and cover it with [dirt] before going to bed.06. Rita's family was so poor when she was little that they lived in a house with a [dirt] floor.07. The Opposition says they have uncovered a lot of [dirt] on the Prime Minister.08. Her hands were all [dirty] from working in the garden.09. Wipe your face; it's all [dirty].10. I don't like you reading those [dirty] magazines; throw them away!11. The teenage boys rented a [dirty] movie to watch when their parents were out.12. Don't [dirty] my freshly-washed floors with your boots.13. He [dirtied] the couch with his potato chips.14. Zak is a [dirty] player who often injures his opponents.15. He always fights [dirty], so I'd stay away from him.16. That's a [dirty] lie; I never touched your money!17. Studies show that [dirty] snow melts faster than clean snow.18. Be careful you don't get [dirt] in your cut, or it could get infected.19. Eighty percent of the [dirt] in your house was brought in by people, stuck to their clothes and feet.20. Humorist Will Rogers once stated that what the U.S. needs is [dirtier] fingernails and cleaner minds.21. A Chinese proverb observes that flowing water never gets [dirty].22. An Italian proverb notes, "Never point out the mistakes of another with a [dirty] finger."23. A Sicilian proverb states that only your real friends will tell you when your face is [dirty].
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