- of, relating to, or characteristic of a slum: a slummy part of town.
Origin of slummy
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Examples from the Web for slummy
We then drove to the gardens, which lie across the river, in quite a slummy part of the town.A Journal from Japan
Marie Carmichael Stopes
The narrow streets of Westminster are curious and interesting, if occasionally just a trifle "slummy."Highways and Byways in London
Mrs. E. T. Cook.
Don't you believe she has been led away into any slummy place, for the sake of politics or anything else.Sunrise
Word Origin and History for slummy
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