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1. There are lots of really sordid apartments in the city's poorer areas.
2. The huts they lived in were sordid and filthy beyond belief.
3. The whole sordid affair came out in the press.
4. The newspaper revealed the sordid truth behind his mask of respectability.
5. I want no part of this sordid business.
6. I want no part in this sordid business.
7. The poor family lived in a sordid hut.
8. I didn't want to hear the sordid details of their relationship.
9. I've washed my hands of the whole sordid business.
10. Unfortunately it was a rather sordid episode of my life.
11. A sordid, sentimental plot unwinds,(sentencedict .com) with an inevitable mawkish ending.
12. She discovered the truth about his sordid past.
13. I want to hear all the sordid details!
14. I don't want to hear the sordid details of your relationship with Sandra.
15. Dig deep enough into Cud's sordid past and you discover many horrible things.
16. The existence of the photographs, all the sordid aspects of the man's life were rinsed away by the formalized prose.
17. Why linger here in the sordid dark for nothing?
18. The details of their affair were sordid and ugly.
19. Her own sordid story could only be a bad influence on such a young and impressionable mind.
20. Their sordid dormitory was attacked by hooligans.
21. To drag me into her sordid affairs.
22. It is a mildly sordid story.
23. Fluorescent strip lighting relentlessly illuminated every sordid detail.
24. Sordid and diseased, perhaps,(sentencedict.com) but there's already a compelling and coherent vision at work.
25. He told me he'd had an affair but he spared me the sordid details.
26. Journalists have exercised remarkable restraint in not reporting all the sordid details of the case.
27. It was a shock to discover the truth about his sordid past.
28. All concerned should be cross-examined to get to the bottom of the whole sordid affair.
29. The hypocritical contrast between this elegant exterior and the sordid inner man is presented in a pedestrian and predictable manner.
30. Our high desires for spiritual reality are transmuted into the sordid quest for consumerism and materialism.
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