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smut

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsmutsmut /smʌt/ noun 🔊 🔊 1 [uncountable]RUDE/OBSCENE books, stories, talk etc that offend some people because they are about sex 🔊 I won’t have smut like that in my house!2 [countable, uncountable]BURN dirt or soot (=black powder produced by burning), or a piece of dirt or soot
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smutWhen pocketbooks are empty, the master said, brains fill with anger and smut.There's too much violence and smut on TV these days.corn smutA 0 signifies harmless fun; a 5 means gore, smut, rough language or adult themes lurk ahead.Proponents say the law would protect kids from on-line smut.A little smut, it must be said, does go a long way.I noticed the powder smut from the shot on the white skin around the wound.Most countries would prefer to do without the smut and the anti-government invective, but none wants to risk being left out.
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