squalidness


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Synonyms for squalidness

sordid dirtiness

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It contained but two rooms, and these exhibited all the squalidness of the most miserable penury.
It is for raising money to wage implacable warfare against poverty and squalidness.
Every day, children die due to hunger and cold; old people , the injured, fathers, mothers die due to squalidness.
FABIO Capello handled the John Terry situation with as much dignity as could possibly be extracted from an issue which, incredibly, has taken the exploits of top-flight footballers to new depths of squalidness (no, I didn't think it was possible either) - but there is still a better solution.
Yet in a moment of unsurpassed squalidness he shattered so many illusions about whether this fantastic game is worth playing.