Thesaurus / slum
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According to estimates, more than half of Nairobi’s four million people live in informal settlements, sometimes called slums.

The volunteers of the organisation provide a training program under which these women from slums, villages, govt.

The distance, and the fact of the church being in a slum, he maintained, would not be in itself a drawback.

Evelyn InnesGeorge Moore

I spoke of the instinct for the crowd in the tenement house boy as evidence that the slum had got its grip on him.

A Ten Year WarJacob A. Riis

Liquor in large quantities was distributed among the slum classes further to inflame their minds.

The Iron HeelJack London

That night the police were fortunate enough to capture both Murdock and Wickham in a Liverpool slum.

She discovered his lodgings at last, in a slum on the lower east side.

The Nest BuilderBeatrice Forbes-Robertson Hale

Who shall say its message has not reached even them in their slum?

The results of this innovation, in slum, and slave-quarter, and in the haunts of poverty.

The Air TrustGeorge Allan England

This is why the saloon on the right hand and on the left in the slum is apt to move out when the photoplay moves in.

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