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squalid
used in A Room of One's Own

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Definition
dirty and unpleasant; or (more rarely) immoral
  • What was the truth about these houses, for example, dim and festive now with their red windows in the dusk, but raw and red and squalid, with their sweets and their bootlaces, at nine o'clock in the morning?
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