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Use "garrets" in a sentence
"A truth which has the downside of keeping many true artists poor in garrets and many false ones rich in mansions was universally acknowledged yesterday."
"Typhoid and tuberculosis and bankruptcy were handy tools for the author, providing sudden death or disgrace when needed, but they also reflected a familiar social reality: artists did indeed die of ill health in garrets, and businessmen were ruined on the stock exchange."
"There is no country yet that has had money enough to give a good home to all of its people, so that its children may not need to be born: n cellars and be crowded in garrets, and live down in ugly, dirty streets."