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squalid
used in The Horse Whisperer

2 uses
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Definition
dirty and unpleasant; or (more rarely) immoral
  • Quite why the life of a savage horse slammed up in a squalid country stall should seem now so crucially linked with her daughter's decline, Annie had no idea.
    Six (66% in)
  • He'd dug himself in even deeper some years later by calling Taxi Driver a squalid little film from a trifling talent.
    Nineteen (97% in)

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