|Origin:||soiller, from soil 'pigsty', probably from Latin suile, from sus 'pig'|
to make something dirty, especially with waste from your body
to not do something because you consider it too unpleasant or dishonest:
Keep your money - I wouldn't soil my hands with it.
—soiled adjective:WORD FOCUS: dirty
similar words: filthy, grubby, grimy, mucky British English, muddy, greasy, dusty, soiled, contaminated, polluted
➔ See also dirty