needy[ nee-dee ]SEE DEFINITION OF needy
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NEEDY
He judged the cause of the poor and needy; then it was well with him: was not this to know Me?
This is quite as much why they make him presents, as because they know him to be needy.
Oh yes, any thing at all, ma'am; I'm not greedy—nor needy, thanks above!
They are most kind in their ministrations to the sick and needy.
Then he bought a burial-place for his ancestors, and supported his needy relations.
You would be simply endowing some needy fellow, beside losing her for yourself.
His name was Sir Balin the Hardy, and he was a good man of his hands, though needy.
There is a charity that gives, and another that allows the needy to take.
For the poor and needy he was ready, not merely with his sensibility, but with his purse.
But once—having the persistency of the needy—Abi Hafsa scored.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR NEEDY
- bad off
- behind eight ball
- dirt poor
- flat broke
- hard up
- in need
- in want
- on one's uppers
- stone broke
- truly needy