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- adj. Resembling a slum; squalid.
At Habitat's Global Village volunteers constructed a walk-through model of the slumlike conditions in which 1 billion people live around the world.
But I actually saw nothing slumlike; indeed, with a current of cool east wind in our faces, which the motion of the tram reinforced, the ride was an experience delightful to every sense.
Her Minneapolis high-rise apartment has the depressing, slumlike impermanence of a crash pad.
Her Mineapolis high rise apartment has the depressing, slumlike impermanence of a crash pad.
He angrily described the latter as "grimy, dingy and slumlike," complaining that the original beauty of the mosaic decorations of Heins & LaFarge and Vickers had been covered over in the intervening decades by dirt and grime, as well as advertising and newer signs.
This summer, geek hero Peter Jackson will make his first-ever appearance at the San Diego Comic-Con in order to promote Neill Blomkamp’s upcoming sci-fi flick District 9″ which revolves around a group of aliens imprisoned on Earth in a slumlike environment and find help in a sympathetic government agent on which Jackson served as a producer.