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slum it

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slum it

  1. To associate with people or engage in activities with a status below one's own.
    • 2015, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Hamilton, "The Schuyler Sisters":
      There's nothing rich folks love more than going downtown and slummin' it with the poor.
    • 2017 June 7, Adam Lusher, “Adnan Khashoggi: the 'whoremonger' whose arms deals funded a playboy life of decadence and 'pleasure wives'”, in The Independent[1], London:
      The private jets eventually went, Khashoggi having to slum it on commercial airlines.

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