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destitute
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Gone with the Wind
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  • And we look after the wives and families of some of the wounded who are destitute—yes, worse than destitute.
  • And we look after the wives and families of some of the wounded who are destitute—yes, worse than destitute.
  • They’ve been practically destitute.
  • Then, if I sent the money through the mail to Mr. Wilkes without his knowing who sent it, would you see that it was used to buy the mills and not—well, given away to destitute ex-Confederates?
  • The boys followed her to the wagon and assisted her in, courtly for all their rags, gay with the volatile Fontaine gaiety, but with the picture of their destitution in her eyes, she shivered as she drove away from Mimosa.

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  • The article is entitled Destitute and Desperate in the Land of Plenty.
  • The worst solitude is to be destitute of sincere friendship.
    Sir Francis Bacon

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