indigence

[ in-di-juhns ]SEE DEFINITION OF indigence

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INDIGENCE

Our relations; who enjoyed all our property, had reduced us to indigence.

The luxury of one class is counterbalanced by the indigence of another.

You are better at home, under no compulsion to act dishonorably from indigence.

But at the same time we are assured that they were not left in indigence or necessity.

Opulence and indigence were no more sympathetic than oil and vinegar.

The aid required by indigence is a debt of the rich to the poor.

As he looked at it he forgot his indigence, his heart gave an exultant throb.

It is the care of a very great part of mankind to conceal their indigence from the rest.

Thousands of families, once wealthy, were suddenly reduced to indigence.

Probably her own patrimonial resources will preserve her from indigence.

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