I sat in the dingy box absolutely enthralled.
The gallery and pit were fairly full, but the two rows of dingy stalls were quite empty, and there was hardly a person in what I suppose they called the dress-circle.
To see the dingy cloud come drooping down, obscuring everything, one might have thought that nature lived hard by and was brewing on a large scale.
The vestibule,—long, dingy, and ill-smelling,—was really a narrow corridor, at one side of which was the janitor's lodge.
The woman seemed old and weary; the tot was long and thin and pale. Don Alonso found them a place in a dingy corner of the small patio.
And now the Volga was dingy, all of one even colour without a gleam of light, cold-looking.
He bowed carelessly and taking Scarlett’s arm pulled her to her feet and propelled her into the dingy orderly room.
He took me into his dingy sanctum, and we had a long chat.
He had been expecting some dingy warehouse, some dank cellar near the water.
It was a dingy affair-wooden, dusty, hard.
thickly covered with ingrained dirt or soot: begrimed, soiled, grimy, grubby, dirty, raunchy, grungy, unclean
(of color) discolored by impurities; not bright and clear: impure, muddy, muddied, dirty
causing dejection: blue, drear, disconsolate, depressing, cheerless, uncheerful, dreary, dark, gloomy, dismal, drab, sorry, grim