abandominiums

abandominium

An abandoned housing structure that has since been occupied by drug addicts. Those abandominiums definitely lower the property value on this side of town.
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abandominiums

n. abandoned apartments used by drug addicts to take crack. (Contrived and forced.) Row after row of abandominiums lined the once proper middle-class neighborhood.
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Dodging the law, sleeping in "abandominiums," doing whatever it takes to get their next high, these unfortunate souls lead a life that most people cannot even conceive of, even in their worst nightmares.
16, 2008) (defining abandominiums as "[a]bandoned row houses where drugs are used").
(108) In one proceeding, an interpreter may be expected to accurately convey the meaning of complex legal principles such as "proof beyond a reasonable doubt," idioms such as "beating around the bush," and sub-cultural slang such as "we were hanging in an abandominium." (109)