Thesaurus / starving

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She has even borrowed small sums from divers prisoners, who were themselves on the brink of starving.

The people are starving, and they lie on the cold ground with little or no covering.

This is what Franois Tourte, the starving clockmaker, gave them.

Within twelve years Wall Street would own everything in the world, and mankind would be left naked and starving.

The Iron PuddlerJames J. Davis

And so the Galway folks went on with their railway discussions, and the poor Connemarans went on with their starving.

Ireland as It IsRobert John Buckley (AKA R.J.B.)

Starving men were found in several instances eating muddy orange-peel picked off the road.

The Great AcceptanceCyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull

Why should the Teacher be angry because he, Menzi, offered to do what the Teacher could not—save the land from starving?

The letters about her grandeur that she wrote to Thrums when she was starving!

Tommy and GrizelJ.M. Barrie

He was told, at length, by the commissioner, to eat his horses if he were starving.

The meat was tainted; yet it was sweet to us, not because it was stolen, but because we were starving.

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