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destitute
used in All Quiet on the Western Front

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Definition
extremely poor; or lacking the necessities of life such as food and shelter

The expression "destitute of" means:  lacking
  • "You ought not to send your things to me, Mother. We have plenty to eat out there. You can make much better use of them here." How destitute she lies there in her bed,
    Chapter 7 (98% in)
destitute = extremely poor
There are no more uses of "destitute" in All Quiet on the Western Front.

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