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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 disadvantaged

euphemism Impoverished; lower class. Culturally disadvantaged people like us are shunned from a lot of places on this side of town.
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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
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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