Definition of Slummers
1. slummer [n] - See also: slummer
Lexicographical Neighbors of Slummers
Literary usage of Slummers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Handley Cross by Robert Smith Surtees (1903)
"That evening she wrote the following letter to Miss slummers, ... Miss slummers had never been the Queen of Hearts, but had enacted one of the rival Kings ..."
2. Christianity's Storm Centre: A Study of the Modern City by Charles Stelzle (1907)
""They used to call themselves slummers, but now they're all sociologists and carry notebooks, and are more of a nuisance than ever. ..."
3. Fores's Sporting Notes & Sketches: A Quarterly Magazine Descriptive of (1890)
"... Baron slummers they term him, though why I don't know. Well, Slum, as I call him, has been very useful to me on more than one occasion, so I want to do ..."
4. The Poor and Their Happiness: Missions & Mission Philanthropy by John Goldie (1895)
"One of the slummers has only to take an empty house in any of the properties in the locality they have chosen as their own. The house may be larger, ..."