Definition of Destituteness. Meaning of Destituteness. Synonyms of Destituteness

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Definition of Destituteness

Destituteness
Destituteness Des"ti*tute*ness, n. Destitution. [R.] --Ash.

Meaning of Destituteness from wikipedia

- Extreme poverty, deep poverty, abject poverty, absolute poverty, destitution, or penury, is the most severe type of poverty, defined by the United Nations...
- Sisters of the Destitute (S. D.) is a Syro-Malabar Catholic women's religious institute. The Congregation of the Sisters of the Destitute was founded by...
- Thomas Indian School, also known as the Thomas Asylum of Orphan and Destitute Indian Children, is a historic school and national historic district located...
- The Destitute Asylum was an institution funded by the government of colonial South Australia to support those of its citizens who had no means of financial...
- Barber", he would typically find alcoholic women in bars in Vancouver's destitute Downtown Eastside, buy them drinks or pay them for **** and encourage them...
- 11 Died in prison Chicago transient who pre**** on prostitutes and the destitute Creech, Thomas Eugene 1974–1981 5 42 Sentenced to death Transient who...
- internationally known for the concept of micro credit which allows poor and destitute people with little or no collateral to borrow money. The borrowers typically...
- resource extraction economy. The Austrian part of Ukraine was particularly destitute, which forced hundreds of thousands of peasants into emigration, who created...
- Keynesian Revolution took place (the image is Dorothea Lange's Migrant Mother depiction of destitute pea-pickers in California, taken in March 1936)...
- The boys were promptly sent to Norwood Schools, another institution for destitute children. I was hardly aware of a crisis because we lived in a continual...