To visit places or consort with persons below one's place or dignity; mix with one's inferiors: So we went slumming over in Philadelphia
[1884+; fr slum, ''wretched poor area,'' origin unknown]
Gorki completely satisfied that strange but almost universal desire of well-fed and comfortable people to go slumming.
The thoughts sit in the Park sometimes, but sometimes they go slumming.
One season we go slumming, and the next we are all socialists.
I've told mother if she doesn't take me abroad I'll go slumming.
You might inquire into them, as you might go slumming, but they remained suspect and distasteful.
While you go slumming with the Seraph, I shall be talking to the Snake!
You said you didn't advise me to go slumming—though I think you did—what else?
Don't fancy, for instance, that I am exhorting you to go slumming.
But most of the tenderfeet that come here hanker to go slumming, as they call it.
One night, we thought it would be fun to go slumming and see how the other half lived.