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pauvre

pridev

1. (Familier) Fauché.
2. Misérable. Homme pauvre.
3. (Au figuré) Aride. Sol pauvre.
4. (Au figuré) Étroit.
5. (Au figuré) Insuffisant. Vocabulaire pauvre.

1. destitute

pridev

Sinonimi: impoverished | indigent | necessitous | needy | poverty-stricken

ETYM Latin destitutus, p. p. of destituere to set away, leave alone, forsake; de + statuere to set. Related to Statute.
Poor enough to need help from others; SYN. impoverished, indigent, necessitous, needy, poverty-stricken.

2. indigent

pridev

ETYM Latin indigent, Latin indigens, p. p. of indigere to stand in need of, from OL. indu (fr. in- in) + Latin egere to be needy, to need.
Destitute of property; lacking the means of comfortable subsistence; needy; poor; in want.
Poor; destitute.

3. meager

pridev

Sinonimi: scrimpy | meagre | meagerly

ETYM Old Eng. merge, French maigre, Latin macer; akin to Dutch and German mager, Icel. magr, and prob. to Greek makros long. Related to Emaciate, Maigre.
1. Barely adequate; SYN. scrimpy.
2. Deficient in amount or quality or extent; SYN. meagre, meagerly.

4. meagre

pridev

1. Having little flesh; thin
2. Lacking desirable qualities (as richness or strength); deficient in quality or quantity

5. penniless

pridev

ETYM From Penny.
Destitute of money; impecunious; poor.

6. penurious

pridev

ETYM From Penury.
1. Excessively sparing in the use of money; sordid; stingy; miserly.
2. Not bountiful or liberal; scanty.
3. Destitute of money; suffering extreme want.
4. Poor; mean. penury.

7. poor

pridev

(Homonym: pore, pour).
1. Having little money or few possessions.
2. Characterized by or indicating lack of money.
3. Badly supplied with desirable qualities or substances.
4. Low in degree.
5. Unsatisfactory.

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