Did you perhaps mean scumdog?
- n. In India, a person who lives in the slums of cities.
- slum + dog; first appeared in the 2008 British romantic comedy film Slumdog Millionaire. (Wiktionary)
“Neuwirth, who has been dubbed "slumdog economist" for his extensive work in squatter communities, thinks it's time that the developing world woke up to the "unfettered entrepreneurialism" that is thriving in the world's most marginal neighborhoods and unrelenting slums.”
“I have to say, though, that if I were protesting about the film, as certain groups in India are, it would not be about pictures of poverty or the word slumdog but about the images of torture in a Bombay police station, where Jamal is badly beaten up and given vicious electric shocks just because he knows things above his notional class.”
“They say the use of the word slumdog is offensive and one cinema showing the film was ransacked.”
“But how is it possible that a "slumdog" - the dregs of the Hindu caste system - could transcend such bad karma?”
“Why did the fictional slur "slumdog" and the image of poverty reportedly figure so often in the Australian attacks?”
“Which means I'll be a "slumdog" soon, whatever the hell that is supposed to mean.”
“Its 712 million voters just gave a surprise win to a party that transformed itself from its quasi-socialist roots to bring about both high market growth and a boost to the lowliest, 'slumdog' Indian”
“The concept is great--a "slumdog" is being questioned about possibly having cheated while winning a million or more on a game show and we learn through his memories why he knew the answers and how he was there in the first place.”
“Prof., just FYI: Maxine just showed up in the "snow diamonds" thread and appeared last night in the "slumdog" thread.”
“They say being referred to as "slumdog" is degrading.”
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