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Slumland

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The localities of the destitute poor who dwell in the slums.

Not only have we the inhabitants of Slumland to deal with, but a steadily growing number of skilled and fairly educated artisans.”—Nineteenth Century, December, 1892, p. 888.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Slop (Dr.)
Slops (The)
Slopard (Dame)
Slope
Slough of Despond
Slow
Slow Coach
Slubber-Degullion
Slug-abed (A)
Slumland
Slums
Sly (Christopher)
Sly-Boots
Sly Dog
Sly as a Fox
Slyme (Chevy)
Small
Small-back
Small Beer
Small-endians