culturally deprived

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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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It will also specifically support eligible households from socially and culturally disadvantaged groups harness their existing assets, skills, and resources; break their entry barriers to value-added economic activities; enhance their ability to access finance, markets, technology, and related support services; help them graduate to value-added economic activities with higher returns such as garment manufacturing and food processing units, eco-tourism ventures, and businesses around creative industries.
This initiative would particularly benefit the talented but economically and culturally disadvantaged students to access higher education in agriculture and food security, he said.
He said that we are also committed to provide opportunities to talented but economically and culturally disadvantaged students to higher education and to perform curricular reforms to offer the most relevant educational programs.
We hypothesize that these Asian Americans are culturally disadvantaged in moving up within corporate America, and that this disadvantage is similar to the disadvantage American women face in getting ahead.
Training for thematic-fantasy play in culturally disadvantaged children: Preliminary results.
any culturally disadvantaged people [to] participate in the dominant culture and derive the benefits that accrue from that participation.
Perhaps she does not know that culturally disadvantaged people can be heartbroken too.
The career aspirations and occupational interests of culturally disadvantaged children.
Young people, particularly young women, are culturally disadvantaged and have little opportunity to express their needs and concerns.
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