poverty-stricken

[ pov-er-tee-strik-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF poverty-stricken

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR POVERTY-STRICKEN

Then he glanced around at the bare and poverty-stricken room.

We are a poverty-stricken lot, and no one to come over into Macedonia to help us.

I am without doubt the most poverty-stricken of your acquaintances.

How mean, meagre, narrow, and poverty-stricken must be their lives!

Hiram Powers was born into a large and poverty-stricken family.

“Oh, she is not so poverty-stricken as you think,” laughed Toinette.

I found her looking more careworn and poverty-stricken than ever.

Her whole attire, in short, was wretched and poverty-stricken in the extreme.

To his poverty-stricken experience, the amount was princely.

What supports its poverty-stricken people or its Government, is a mystery.

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