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squalid
used in To Kill a Mockingbird

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Definition
dirty and unpleasant; or (more rarely) immoral
  • From the kitchen, I heard Mrs. Grace Merriweather giving a report in the livingroom on the squalid lives of the Mrunas, it sounded like to me.
    p. 305.8
squalid = dirty and unpleasant
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