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Destitute

Des´ti`tute
a.1.Forsaken; not having in possession (something necessary, or desirable); deficient; lacking; devoid; - often followed by of.
In thee is my trust; leave not my soul destitute.
- Ps. cxli. 8.
Totally destitute of all shadow of influence.
- Burke.
2.Not possessing the necessaries of life; in a condition of want; needy; without possessions or resources; very poor.
They wandered about in sheepskins and goatskins; being destitute, afflicted, tormented.
- Heb. xi. 37.
v. t.1.To leave destitute; to forsake; to abandon.
To forsake or destitute a plantation.
- Bacon.
2.To make destitute; to cause to be in want; to deprive; - followed by of.
Destituted of all honor and livings.
- Holinshed.
3.To disappoint.
When his expectation is destituted.
- Fotherby.
Adj.1.destitute - poor enough to need help from others
badly off, bankrupt, bereft of, broke, broken, busted, deficient, depleted, deprived of, destitute of, devoid of, divested, down-and-out, drained, empty, exhausted, failed, fortuneless, hard up, homeless, in need, in receivership, in the gutter, in the red, in want, indigent, innocent, insolvent, landless, moneyless, necessitous, on the rocks, out of funds, penniless, poverty, propertyless, ruined, stripped, void, without, without a sou
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