mendicity

[ men-dis-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF mendicity
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"I arrest you for mendicity," he said, just about to lay his hand on his shoulder.

She was industry personified, and had no sympathy with mendicity.

Every person was required to labor, and mendicity was prohibited.

Is it not to condemn these latter to abandonment, misery, and mendicity?

Mendicity became a distinct institution, was divided into various branches, and was provided with a language of its own.

The institution of mendicity, which afterwards became entirely Christian, was at that time Jewish.

As a statesman he is powerless; but he has no objection to subscribe to the Mendicity Society.

By a satisfactory compromise, it falls into the hands of a mendicity society.

Dear me, a very dreadful perfume, pan hanour—essence of mendicity—Im sorry I came.

As regards the Mendicity Society, there can be no doubt what is the popular impression.

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