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squalor
used in To Kill a Mockingbird

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Definition
(describing a place) extremely dirty and unpleasant — typically due to poverty
  • Out there in J. Grimes Everett's land there's nothing but sin and squalor.
    p. 309.8
squalor = dirtiness and unpleasantness
  • Sin and squalor— what was that, Gertrude?
    p. 309.9
squalor = dirtiness and unpleasantness
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