Thesaurus / destitute

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From 1929 to 1934, crop yields across Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas and Missouri plunged by 60%, leaving farmers destitute and exposing the now-barren topsoil to dry winds and soaring temperatures.

Climate Change Will Force a New American Migrationby Abrahm Lustgarten, photography by Meridith KohutSeptember 15, 2020ProPublica

Thousands of the most beautiful women are destitute of common sense and common humanity.

Why would your God people a world, knowing that it would be destitute of benevolence for four thousand years?

A family of destitute children, the eldest not yet sixteen, the youngest a dumb girl.

Nobody's BoyHector Malot

Such an objection, therefore, as has been now stated, is evidently not destitute of strength.

The country is barren deserts, destitute of grass, and covered with wild sage.

It seems to me that it is to the destitute we should give attention—humanity, charity tell us so.

Within a few years he had established his great orphanage, a high school, and a home for destitute students.

The Story of Our HymnsErnest Edwin Ryden

They were destitute of everything but ammunition and weapons; of these they had more than enough.

By-Ways of WarJames Jeffrey Roche

No stronger proof can be given that we ourselves are destitute of true religion.

Jane TalbotCharles Brockden Brown

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