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Utterly lacking; devoid: youthful recruits destitute of any…
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Utterly lacking; devoid: youthful recruits destitute of any experience.
Lacking sources and/or method of subsistence; entirely impoverished. See Synonyms at poor.
Lacking some thing; devoid; specially lacking cash; bad, impoverished, poverty-stricken.
Forsaken; lacking in ownership (one thing needed, or desirable); deficient; lacking; devoid; -- often followed by of.
Not possessing the necessaries of life; in a disorder of choose; needy; without belongings or sources; very poor.
bad enough to need help from other people
entirely wanting or lacking
to go out of destitute; to forsake; to abandon.
to create destitute; resulting in to stay in choose; to deprive; -- followed by of.
To forsake; desert; abandon; keep to neglect.
To rob, since home, preferment, or workplace; divest: used absolutely or with of.
To let you down.
Deprived; bereft; under total lack or privation, whether of just what happens to be lost or of what has not been possessed: with of: because, destitute of honor or of prudence; destitute for the necessaries of life.
Without means; indigent; needy; bad: as, your family was remaining destitute.
A destitute person, or destitute persons collectively.