What does Dearth mean?

Dearth in AZ Dictionary

(n) A scarce offer; the lack: "the dearth of uncensored, firsthand details about the war” ( Richard Zoglin).
(n) Shortage of food; famine.
(n) this sense?) An interval or problem when food is uncommon and hence pricey; famine.
To cause a dearth or scarcity in; ergo, to improve the buying price of.

Dearth in Apiculture Dictionary

some time if you find no readily available forage for bees, because climate conditions (rainfall, drought) or season. by Malika BrumitReport definition

Dearth in Community Dictionary

correct spelling for "dirth" from old english meaning a lack of, or insignificant amount. by GregoryReport definition
The back of a male scrotum by NelsonReport definition

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  • Sentence for "Dearth"
    • Amid a certain dearth of materials…
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  • Synonym for "Dearth"
    • want, lack, famine, deficiency, shortage
  • Phrases for "Dearth"
    • dearth of, no dearth, our dearth, know dearth, the dearth
  • Rhyme for "Dearth"
    • Earth, Perth, Wentworth, berth, birth
  • Hypernym for "Dearth"
    • deficiency, lack, want, scarcity, scarceness
  • Same Context for "Dearth"
    • scarcity, paucity, shortage, malnutrition, privation
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