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Lacking resources or the means of subsistence; completely impoverished.
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  1. Lacking resources or the means of subsistence; completely impoverished.
  2. Lacking the necessities of life; living in complete poverty
  3. (Obs.) Abandoned; forsaken
(Comparable) Processed or perfected.
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  1. (Comparable) Processed or perfected.
  2. Highly accomplished or skilled; polished:
  3. Defeated, ruined, dying, etc.
So mean, petty, or paltry as to deserve contempt.
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  1. So mean, petty, or paltry as to deserve contempt.
  2. Like or fit for a beggar; very poor, worthless, inadequate, etc.
  3. Of, relating to, or befitting a beggar; very poor:
Lacking resources or the means of subsistence; completely impoverished.
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  1. Lacking resources or the means of subsistence; completely impoverished.
  2. Lacking the necessities of life; living in complete poverty
  3. Utterly lacking; devoid:
Having little or no money.
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  1. Having little or no money.
Deprived of richness or strength; limited or depleted:
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  1. Deprived of richness or strength; limited or depleted:
  2. Reduced to poverty; poverty-stricken:
(Archaic) Lacking; destitute (of)
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  1. (Archaic) Lacking; destitute (of)
  2. Experiencing want or need; impoverished:
  3. In poverty; poor; needy; destitute
Needy; indigent.
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  1. Needy; indigent.
  2. In great need; destitute; needy
  3. (Archaic) Needy, indigent, destitute, poor.
Wanting or needing affection, attention, or reassurance, especially to an excessive degree.
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  1. Wanting or needing affection, attention, or reassurance, especially to an excessive degree.
  2. In, or characterized by, need, or poverty; not having enough to live on; very poor
Without even a penny; extremely poor
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  1. Without even a penny; extremely poor
  2. Not having a penny; utterly impoverished; extremely poor.
  3. Very poor.
Unwilling to part with money or possessions; mean; miserly; stingy
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  1. Unwilling to part with money or possessions; mean; miserly; stingy
  2. Poverty-stricken; destitute.
  3. Characterized by extreme poverty; impoverished
Having insufficient wealth to meet the necessities or comforts of life or to live in a manner considered acceptable in a society.
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  1. Having insufficient wealth to meet the necessities or comforts of life or to live in a manner considered acceptable in a society.
  2. Eliciting or deserving pity; pitiable:
  3. Not adequate in quality or quantity; inferior:
Characteristic of, or giving the appearance of, poverty
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  1. Characteristic of, or giving the appearance of, poverty
  2. Extremely poor:
  3. Stricken with poverty; very poor
Lacking funds:
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  1. Lacking funds:
  2. Having little or no ready money
  3. (Informal) Broken.
In financial need:
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  1. In financial need:
  2. (Informal) In great need of money
A person who begs, or asks for charity, esp. one who lives by begging; mendicant
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  1. A person who begs, or asks for charity, esp. one who lives by begging; mendicant
  2. (Informal) A man or a boy.
  3. A person who is very poor; pauper
(Idiomatic) Someone who is down and out.
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  1. (Idiomatic) Someone who is down and out.
Singular variant of have nots.
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  1. Singular variant of have nots.
  2. One enjoying little or no material wealth:
  3. (Informal) A person or nation with little wealth or poor resources
A poor or destitute person.
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  1. A poor or destitute person.
One living on or eligible for public charity.
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  1. One living on or eligible for public charity.
  2. Someone who is unable to provide for his own support; a monetarily very poor person; an indigent person. Paupers are excused from paying court fees under the United States Constitution’s Equal Protection Clause, so that they may avail themselves of equal access to the courts. See also in forma pauperis. Someone who is unable to provide for his own support; a monetarily very poor person; an indigent person. Paupers are excused from paying court fees under the United States Constitution’s Equal Protection Clause, so that they may avail themselves of equal access to the courts. See also in forma pauperis.
  3. Any person who is extremely poor
Find another word for down-and-out. In this page you can discover 28 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for down-and-out, like: destitute, ruined, defeated, finished, beaten, poor, beggarly, destitute, impecunious, impoverished and indigent.