Random good picture Not show
1. Many prisons, even today, are overcrowded and squalid places.
2. They lived in a squalid hovel for the next five years.
3. How can anyone live in such squalid conditions?
4. They live in a squalid hut in the poorest part of the village.
5. It's the usual squalid rock star tale of drugs, sex and overdoses.
6. We drove past a row of squalid shacks on the way to our hotel, where we slept in air-conditioned, hermetically sealed rooms.
7. The Tory Party called the bill "the most squalid measure ever put before the Commons".
8. She particularly noted the squalid condition of many schools.
9. After the squalid conditions of the refugee camps even this place seems preferable.
10. He left and found a squalid flat in Brentford,[sentencedict .com] which they shared with another couple and their children.
11. Dalmer lived in a squalid little room above a shop.
12. Her childhood was spent in the squalid slums east of the city.
13. It's easy to romanticize this basically squalid lifestyle and the repression is bound to slow down development.
14. That raffle was no more squalid than the raffle we all play every day.
15. The living conditions these immigrants endure are squalid, at best.
16. He wandered aimlessly on from one squalid street to another.
17. In these squalid surroundings she becomes slovenly herself.
18. He toured India's engorged cities and squalid villages.
19. In this squalid quarrel, what gives the heroes of the Iliad their grandeur?
20. Seeping through the squalid air of the police station, the sour smell of dirt and disinfectant.
21. squalid, overcrowded refugee camps.
22. He followed her up a rickety staircase to a squalid bedsit.
23. And the way of life this film holds up to be squalid and ruinous is the way of Woodstock.
24. It highlighted all the issues of the unhealthiness of industrial towns, of poverty, bad housing and squalid environments.
25. He nodded Chant on, and together they headed over the ill-lit and squalid ground.
26. He had explored areas which ranged from the untidy and uncared for to the downright squalid.
27. In 1597 this priest with degrees in both divinity and law opened a school in the squalid part of Tiber.
28. Leaving the slum behind her , she turned into a squalid alleyway.
29. How, then, can important parcels reach their destinations in a squalid megalopolis of the future?
30. I'd be first in line to denounce them as squalid influence peddlers, shamelessly meddlesome, shiveringly undemocratic tricksters.
More similar words: quality, qualify, qualitative, qualification, squad, square, valid, square up, squander, invalid, validity, invalidate, be equal to, sexuality, visualize, mutualism, ritualistic, conceptualise, lid, slide, solid, stolid, galileo galilei, collide, squid, squeeze, slide into, squeegee, squeeze in, brusquely.