Thesaurus / poverty-stricken

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Poverty-stricken and dishonoured, Margaret Basset's son might not be so successful a suitor as the heir of Trevethlan.
TREVETHLAN: (VOL 2 OF 3)WILLIAM DAVY WATSON
For they were needy and poverty-stricken, whereas Katheline was comparatively well off.
He says nothing looks so poverty-stricken as a person that can only afford a few.
SOMEWHERE IN RED GAPHARRY LEON WILSON
Of course this poverty-stricken condition is largely his own fault.
Free meals or cent meals for poverty-stricken school children are not Socialism.
SOCIALISM AS IT ISWILLIAM ENGLISH WALLING
He might have been an insufferable young man for a poverty-stricken teacher of French to have as a fellow-lodger; but he was not.
It finds them in a hundred ways—in poverty-stricken homes, on the Island, in its Industrial Schools, in the street.
Hiram Powers was born into a large and poverty-stricken family.
AMERICAN MEN OF MINDBURTON E. STEVENSON
Now that you've heard the sad story of the poverty-stricken senior, I call for a change of subject.
North Lew Church contains very fine old oak, beside modern woodwork of poverty-stricken design.

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