destitute

[ des-ti-toot, -tyoot ]SEE DEFINITION OF destitute

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Gosse found the country generally poor and destitute of water.

He found the district to the north to be a dreary waste, destitute of food and water.

Do you think me destitute of every honest, every natural feeling?

Remember the interpositions of God to supply the necessities of the destitute.

His eyes travelled over her hands and neck, destitute of ornaments.

But do you really think the Winter is so destitute of comforts?

If you aske why the plaines in Holderns, and such countries are destitute of woods?

But it was destitute of mariners, itself seeming to live and move.

When I knew him, Rossetti was destitute of cheerfulness or content.

They are without respiration or motion, but still not destitute of vitality.

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