The state of being unclean or dirty, lack of cleanliness(noun)
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Use "uncleanliness" in a sentence
"The church went on to misinterpret Mt 5:31-32, Mt 19:3-9, Mk 10:2-12 and Luke 16:18 as meaning divorce was never acceptable which is not what Jesus said, the adultery in remarriage occurring in God's eyes if the previous divorce had not been granted on the strict grounds of "uncleanliness", which meant sexual impropriety."
"Nor did oral informants link it with "uncleanliness" associated with blood and the birthing process."
"He felt the shame of it all over him like a horrible kind of uncleanliness, and beneath the shame a burning sense of wrong."