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We then drove to the gardens, which lie across the river, in quite a slummy part of the town.
A JOURNAL FROM JAPANMARIE CARMICHAEL STOPES
The narrow streets of Westminster are curious and interesting, if occasionally just a trifle "slummy."
Once, I remember coming home sick at heart, from a visitation of one such slummy "lane."
It turned out to be a straggling row of rather slummy-looking cottages, with a post office, a general shop, and a public-house.
The earl was very much interested in the slums, perhaps because he was rather poor himself, if not quite slummy.
THROUGH THE EYE OF THE NEEDLEWILLIAM DEAN HOWELLS
We entered a long, straggling, slummy-looking road, and after a time pulled up at 110.
Don't you believe she has been led away into any slummy place, for the sake of politics or anything else.
SUNRISEWILLIAM BLACK

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