What is another word for sordidness?

122 synonyms found


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The word "sordidness" refers to a feeling of dirtiness or unpleasantness, often associated with immoral or unethical behavior. Some synonyms for this word might include "depravity," "corruption," "vileness," or "wickedness." Other related words might include "filthiness," "grime," "disgust," or "shamefulness." Each of these words captures a slightly different nuance or shade of meaning associated with sordidness, but all convey a sense of something unpleasant, unclean, or morally questionable. Depending on the context in which these words are used, they may imply a sense of disgust, outrage, or sorrow at the degradation of something that is, or should be, pure and good.

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How to use "Sordidness" in context?

Sordidness is the Katz definition of a state of being lower in the social scale than one's fellows. A state of being dirty, tired and tired of being dirty. Sordidness can be an oldbury definition of a state of being poor, as well. It can refer to a person, thing or situation that is dirty, unkempt and/or unpleasant.

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