pauper[ paw-per ]SEE DEFINITION OF pauper
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PAUPER
Even in his native town, he seldom had other than pauper cases to defend.
Yes, he said; nearly everybody is a pauper who is not a ruler.
Now, it's my idea that, long's he's bound to be a pauper, he might's well be treated as a pauper.
I should deserve to be the pauper that I am if such had been my habits.
We have witnessed also the development of the pauper and criminal classes.
I can only say, that, pauper as I am, I would not exchange places with the one who has done this deed.
And indeed I don't know whether he had not been a pauper all his life.
It was only the beginning of The Prince and the Pauper productions.
Even the libertine, that pauper in the realm of Love, wants the perfect life.
Will you accept it, or will you leave your child to have a pauper's funeral?'