Squal"id (?), a. [L. squalidus, fr. squalere to be foul or filthy.]

Dirty through neglect; foul; filthy; extremely dirty.

Uncomed his locks, and squalid his attrie.

Dryden.

Those squalid dens, which are the reproach of large capitals. Macaulay.

 

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