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Things destitute often describes (“destitute ________”)
children, condition, people, women, families, persons, circumstances, family, state, refugees, men, widows, man, person, orphans, situation, woman, widow, places, child, farmers, peasants, parents, immigrants, population, boys, seamen, churches, girls, mothers, poor, members, mother, orphan, jews, regions, citizens, classes, indians, workers, parts, masses, class, soldiers, individuals, ones, girl, homes, inhabitants, portions, age, aliens, emigrants, households, districts, congregations, settlements, patients, americans, whites, blacks, negroes, millions, wife, settlers, stranger, beggar, victims, brethren, region, migrants, beggars, creatures, relatives, wanderer, army, poverty, communities, irish, strangers, freedmen, youth, fields, localities, neighborhoods, souls, populations, foreigners, tenants, beings, females

How destitute often is described (“________ destitute”)
left, more, most, singularly, poor, less, long, present, sick, barren, plain, nigh, much, peculiarly, aged, urban, mere, savage, poorest, forlorn, brutal, near, weak, closed, rural, longer, vast, homeless, bodied, hungry, helpless, sandy, irish, dissolute, false, naked, feeble, net, humble, radical, elderly, flat, wise, body, smooth, quite, desolate, wretched, ignorant, liquid, elevated, unemployed, selfish, rocky, ill, unfortunate, least

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See destitute used in context: 15 rhymes, 2 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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