Synonyms for ghettos

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Their spirits were liberated and in thought they no longer lived in ghettos.

This was the first ray that penetrated the Ghettos from without.

His boxing, and his experience in the slums and ghettos of the world, had taught him restraint.

Nearly a million of these people are crowded into the New York ghettos.

Down almost to our own time the Ghettos have existed in Europe, and popular tumults against them continue to occur.

With similar ends in view the printing-press sent into the Ghettos a large number of instructive works in Hebrew and German.

Thereat arose a new and stranger commotion throughout all the Ghettos, Jewries, and Mellahs.

They were to remain shut up in Ghettos, and were to possess only one synagogue; the rest were to be destroyed.

There can be no economic revival in ghettos when the most violent among us are allowed to roam free.

I suppose if our dear Mr. Zangwill had his own way he would fill the world with Ghettos.