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comparativeform of squally: more squally
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We even have multiple generations of people living in the same squallier and hopelessness, forced to seek dependence under the wing of a government that cares nothing for their problems or plight in life.
They weren't integrated into Arab lands to which they fled but rather left to live in squallier while Jewish refugees were completely absorbed into a state the size of New Jersey.
All I found was squallier - people living on reserves in third world conditions who lived to drink.
"Walter, as I remember him, was much squallier than Annie," Pa joined in the teasing, "and the house was smaller, too.