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German merchants are conducting a secret propaganda intending to steal our trade and pauperize our nation.
THE BEHAVIOR OF CROWDSEVERETT DEAN MARTIN
He did not propose to pauperize his farm by applying his personal ignorance to working it.
LIFE ON THE MISSISSIPPI, COMPLETEMARK TWAIN (SAMUEL CLEMENS)
Whatever tends to pauperize our people or impair the earning power of the laboring class I do not favor.
SPEECHES OF BENJAMIN HARRISONBENJAMIN HARRISON
A limited endowment fund would be helpful, but too large endowment tends to pauperize a local institution.
SOCIETYHENRY KALLOCH ROWE
That furnishing free books tends to pauperize the community and to discourage the purchase of books for home use.
THE LIBRARY AND SOCIETYVARIOUS
Thus it cannot be said of these homes as is said of many institutions, that they pauperize men in place of helping them.
THE SOCIAL WORK OF THE SALVATION ARMYEDWIN GIFFORD LAMB
Probably no man living does that or ever did, and the practice of it on a large scale would pauperize the community.
RECOLLECTIONS AND IMPRESSIONSOCTAVIUS BROOKS FROTHINGHAM
There were some women who hesitated before they consented to pauperize themselves by marrying.
WHAT EIGHT MILLION WOMEN WANTRHETA CHILDE DORR
Her soil has always been solvent and her system of farming does not tend to pauperize.
HISTORY OF LINN COUNTY IOWALUTHER A. BREWER
The best way to get rid of the pauper spirit is to pauperize some one else.
THE JOYS OF BEING A WOMANWINIFRED KIRKLAND
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO PAUPERIZE

  • apprehended
  • caught
  • collared
  • copped
  • detained
  • nabbed
  • picked up
  • pinched
  • pulled in
  • raided
  • ran in
  • searched
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