Possessing little; destitute of wealth: opposed to rich: since, an unhealthy man; an undesirable community.
Lacking methods to procure the comforts of life; indigent; needy; necessitous; especially, in law, therefore destitute or impoverished on be influenced by charity, or upon the poorrates; pauper.
Deficient in or destitute of desirable or important characteristics; lacking those qualities which render a thing valuable, desirable, suitable, or enough for the purpose; substandard; bad: as, poor loaves of bread; illness; cattle in bad problem.
specifically— Of small consequence; trifling; insignificant; paltry: because, a poor reason.
Mean; shabby: because, an undesirable ensemble; bad environments.
Lean; meager; emaciated: because, bad cattle.
without fertility; barren; exhausted: as, poor land.
without spirit or vitality; feeble; impotent.
Destitute of merit or really worth; barren; jejune: as, a poor discourse; an unhealthy article.
Unfortunate; become pitied or regretted: much used colloquially as a vague epithet indicative of sympathy or pity for just one that is ill, feeble, or unsatisfied, or of regret for starters that is lifeless.
Miserable; wretched: used in contempt.
Humble; small; insignificant: used modestly in these are things regarding an individual's self.