culturally deprived

culturally deprived

euphemism Impoverished; lower class. Culturally deprived people like us are shunned from a lot of places on this side of town.
See also: culturally

culturally deprived

 and culturally disadvantaged
Euph. poor; lower-class. Joe is working at a summer camp for culturally deprived children. Jane grew up in a culturally disadvantaged neighborhood.
See also: culturally
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Aiming to introduce alternative cinema and independent films to the marginalised and culturally deprived audiences in Upper Egypt and other governorates, the Cinema Everywhere initiative launched a new programme called "Cima Masr" that is expected to screen about 40 independent films from Jordan, Tunisia, Sudan, Syria, Iraq, Egypt, Mauritania, and Libya.
creat[ing] an additional generation of culturally deprived individuals thus perpetuating the cycle of poverty" (p.
There are zombie matches, I'm told, though being culturally deprived apparently, I've never shot in one.
Sarwat Jahan spoke on level of emotional disturbance among culturally deprived, hearing impaired and mentally retarded children while Dr.
Of course the narrative addressed by Horowitz ends sometime in the mid-1990s, and yet one could expect a more incisive conclusion addressing critical questions such as why and how a musical genre that was socially and culturally deprived becomes in a short period the dominant one.
I do not want to spoil things for anyone who has not yet seen the film or read the book, so if you are one of those culturally deprived unfortunates, you may choose to look away now and come back for the last couple of paragraphs.
I had all the requirements, so I was allowed to be a dual enrollee in graduate school and I went into this program called Teaching the Educationally Disadvantaged, but the real name of the program was Teaching the Culturally Deprived and Educationally Disadvantaged, and I laugh at that program now because it just showed the arrogance about people calling somebody "culturally deprived.
We must also stop this insane search for anyone "famous" who might have some "Welshness" in their ancestry - as with the British Olympians or the culturally deprived such as Donny Osmond and Kylie Minogue.
If you're tired of culturally deprived politics and politically deprived culture, then Art Threat magazine may be the very thing.
LANCASTER -- Antelope Valley's classical music aficionados felt culturally deprived until they got together and formed an Antelope Valley chapter of the Community Concerts Association back in 1947.
Call me culturally deprived, but I reckon it beats a night at the movies.
And while one tries to advise people against it, there are people who are not only socially and economically deprived, but are also culturally deprived.
According to Kunjufu (2002), educators who share a "missionary" perspective often believe that African Americans should be protected because they are culturally deprived.
The idea anyone should feel culturally deprived in the North-East is beginning to seem ridiculous.
All I can tell you is that in 1960 more than one proper Bostonian scoffed at the very idea that any self-respecting new Englander could leave the land of the Boston Symphony and Marblehead and Harvard and the Red Sox and Nantucket for culturally deprived California.
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