Origin of squalor
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She had a big role in recasting downtown as a desirable destination after decades of squalor.‘The Decided Are Always Calm’: Remembering Gail Stoorza-Gill|Scott Lewis|June 8, 2021|Voice of San Diego
Critics dubbed these settings Greeneland, as if the squalor and trauma were pure invention.The dramatic — and embellished — life of Graham Greene|Michael Mewshaw|January 15, 2021|Washington Post
The overcrowded school where the family had sought refuge was a scene of despair and squalor.
Money means more to you than just status or new toys; it is freedom, a way out of squalor for both you and your family.
So it is with Just Send Me Word, a heroic love story amid the squalor and degradation of the Gulag.‘Just Send Me Word’ by Orlando Figes: Life and Love in the Gulag|Owen Matthews|June 10, 2012|DAILY BEAST
“It feels terrible to go back there and see so many people living in such squalor,” says Farmer.
The once handsome young man was unrecognizable in his squalor.
And over all these changes from grandeur to squalor, bent down the purple heavens with their unchanging splendour!Ruth|Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell
That life was one passed largely in dulness and perhaps comparative squalor.
Individual competition, in uncontrolled energy, reigned supreme amid almost incredible suffering and squalor.
And this poverty and squalor were not to be found only in one part of Poland, they seem to have been general.Frederick Chopin as a Man and Musician|Frederick Niecks
The meanness, the squalor, the degradation of his morale and life are not discernible in his works.Art in England|Dutton Cook