Thesaurus / subsistence


Last year, she received a Fulbright US Scholar Award to return to subsistence fishing villages outside the Brazilian city of Recife where she had organized a US-Brazil student project in the summer of 1965.

They were just subsistence farmers and they wanted to be left alone.

It is natural that rural Guatemalans or subsistence farmers in Kenya, facing drought or scorching heat, would seek out someplace more stable and resilient.

Climate Change Will Force a New American Migrationby Abrahm Lustgarten, photography by Meridith KohutSeptember 15, 2020ProPublica

Income allows us in one period of time be able to pay our bills, be able to have subsistence in our life.

For farmers who are mainly focused on subsistence farming, the upside includes optimizing underutilized vast pieces of land, earning extra income and getting access to market through Komaza’s wood processing and sales operations.

They labor for subsistence; they sleep for refreshment; they laugh with the merry, and weep with the afflicted.

Desiring arrangements to be made for the subsistence of the Hessian recruits.

For a time remittances of money came regularly, but these suddenly stopped, and their only means of subsistence was gone.

Yorksher Puddin'John Hartley

There was great scarcity of ordnance stores, but, happily, an abundant supply of subsistence stores.

General ScottGeneral Marcus J. Wright

I was forced to admit that I had never seen a town less likely to afford a subsistence than this.

A Set of RoguesFrank Barrett

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