homeless

[ hohm-lis ]SEE DEFINITION OF homeless

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HOMELESS

They had shrunk past homeless people, lying coiled up in nooks.

There is a movement in Paris, too, to provide for sick and homeless cats as well as dogs.

A homeless, friendless non-entity, picked up off the street.

"You shall not be homeless, Sim, if the worst comes to the worst," he said.

He was, when all is said, an escaped slave, an outlaw in his own land and a homeless outcast in any other.

And are homeless now all round, with no morals, no country, no religion.

I am penniless and helpless; and but for this kind family I should be homeless and friendless.

They are quiet and orderly, as a rule, yet most of them are homeless and hopeless.

It had been meant to save his homeless head from the dangers of the sun.

But while it lasted, the idea had been a thrilling one for a penniless, homeless wanderer.

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