Lower East Side

  1. a section in the borough of Manhattan, New York: noted for its immigrant culture.

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How to use Lower East Side in a sentence

  • Last week I walked into Vanity Projects, a "nail-art atelier" on New York's Lower East Side.

  • Russ Daughters by Mark Russ Federman A memoir/cookbook from the longtime owner of a Lower East Side staple in Manhattan.

    This Week’s Hot Reads | Nicholas Mancusi | March 5, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
  • Carlson drove down into the Lower East Side of town, parked his car in a narrow street, and got out.

  • Ida Bergeson, a little girl of fifteen, was visited at half past eight o'clock one evening, in a tenement on the Lower East Side.

    Making Both Ends Meet | Sue Ainslie Clark and Edith Wyatt
  • Supposed he lived somewhere in the squalid slums of the Lower East Side and his people, after all, were alive?

    The Foolish Virgin | Thomas Dixon
  • It was his first detail on the Lower East Side in the precinct commanded from the Eldridge street station.

    Officer 666 | Barton W. Currie
  • He rose, left the liquor untouched, and in a few minutes was treading his way through the throngs of the Lower East Side.

    The Root of Evil | Thomas Dixon