verb (used without object), slummed, slum·ming.
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Origin of slum
OTHER WORDS FROM slumslummer, nounde·slum, verb (used with object), de·slummed, de·slum·ming.
Example sentences from the Web for slum
Shirley MacLaine, slumming across the pond in Downton Abbey, talks with Sandra McElwaine.‘A Certain Age’—Shirley MacLaine Rattles Downton Abbey|Sandra McElwaine|December 27, 2012|DAILY BEAST
What starts out as Casual Friday must metastasize eventually into Slumming Sunday.
If you were considerably older and knew how to speak French, the slumming might prove interesting—for one evening.Paris Vistas|Helen Davenport Gibbons
I'll be delighted to go slumming for you any time again that you say, and please don't mind asking me.The Witness|Grace Livingston Hill Lutz
How Miss Alice would like that—to catch me going 'slumming' with my maid!Miss Billy's Decision|Eleanor H. Porter
It wasn't exactly slumming—and besides, he really went to study the people—didn't you, Gilbert?The Cruise of the Make-Believes|Tom Gallon
But subsequently she goes slumming with Doris to such good purpose that the latter turns sick of the whole thing.