Noun(1) the state of having little or no money and few or no material possessions
(1) That is because poverty degrades individuals and robs them of dignity and worth.(2) Looking at this village now, it is hard to imagine the poverty that existed here 100 years ago.(3) The appointment is not a disaster, though it shows a poverty of imagination.(4) This is the only humane approach to those fleeing violence, poverty and oppression.(5) It captures the simmering rage and imaginative poverty that was part of the Thatcherite psyche.(6) A life of poverty , tradition and religious dread suffuses songs steeped in misery and learnt by word of mouth.(7) He also said it was the responsibility of governments and world leaders to stop global poverty .(8) the poverty of her imagination(9) It shows a complete poverty of imagination and a vast amount of callousness.(10) Cultural programs have suffered as a result of poverty and political upheaval.(11) Mobility and migration across borders are often prompted by poverty and violence.(12) thousands of families are living in abject poverty(13) This is a film, set in contemporary Italy, where the poverty and way of life gives it a timeless quality.(14) If we want to do something about child poverty , we should be spending more on social programs.(15) You can prosecute a few people but as long as there is poverty , corruption will continue to exist.(16) It was dirty, full of poverty , and the politics were full of corruption.
(1) poverty-stricken :: tlawd, er enghraifft
1. penury ::
2. scarcity ::
1. affluence ::
2. opulence ::
3. wealth ::
Different Formsantipoverty, poverty
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