• Definition for "beggar"
    • One who solicits alms for a living.
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beggar definition

  • noun:
    • One who solicits alms for a living.
    • An impoverished individual; a pauper.
    • casual a guy or a boy.
    • an individual who begs.
    • an individual struggling with severe poverty.
    • One who begs; one that asks or entreats earnestly, or with humility; a petitioner.
    • person who causes it to be their business to inquire about alms.
    • one that depends upon others for assistance; -- a contemptuous or sarcastic use.
    • one that assumes in debate exactly what he will not prove.
    • a person who begs or asks alms; specially, a person who lives by asking alms or causes it to be his company to beg.
    • person who is within indigent situations; one that happens to be beggared.
    • One who asks a favor; a person who entreats; a petitioner.
    • person who assumes in debate what he will not prove.
    • A fellow; a rogue: used in contempt for the lowest fellow;
    • as a phrase of playful expertise: because, he's a good-hearted little beggar.
    • a pauper just who lives by begging
    • a person who solicits alms for an income.
    • An impoverished person; a pauper.
    • casual a guy or a boy.
    • A person who begs.
    • someone suffering from severe impoverishment.
    • person who begs; one who requires or entreats earnestly, or with humility; a petitioner.
    • One who makes it his company to inquire of alms.
    • a person who depends upon others for support; -- a contemptuous or sarcastic use.
    • person who assumes in argument what he does not prove.
    • a person who begs or requires alms; specially, person who lives by asking alms or helps it be his business to beg.
    • one that is within indigent situations; one who happens to be beggared.
    • one that asks a favor; one who entreats; a petitioner.
    • One who assumes in debate just what he cannot show.
    • A fellow; a rogue: utilized in contempt for a minimal fellow;
    • as a term of playful expertise: as, he's a good-hearted small beggar.
    • a pauper just who lives by begging
  • verb-transitive:
    • to create a beggar of; impoverish.
    • To meet or exceed the restrictions, sources, or abilities of: beauty that beggars information.
    • To reduce to beggary; to impoverish.
    • resulting in to look inadequate and inadequate.
    • to produce a beggar of; impoverish.
    • To meet or exceed the limitations, sources, or abilities of: beauty that beggars information.
    • to lessen to beggary; to impoverish.
    • To cause to look very poor and inadequate.
  • verb:
    • to help make a beggar of someone; impoverish.
    • To exhaust the sourced elements of; to outdo.
    • be beyond the resources of
    • decrease to beggary
    • which will make a beggar of somebody; impoverish.
    • To exhaust the sourced elements of; to outdo.
    • be beyond the resources of
    • reduce to beggary
  • others:
    • which will make a beggar of; decrease to beggary; impoverish.
    • To exhaust the sources of; exceed the means or ability of; outdo.
    • to produce a beggar of; decrease to beggary; impoverish.
    • To exhaust the sources of; exceed the means or ability of; outdo.
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