Expression: “With one hand behind and the other in front” – stated of someone destitute.
in an impoverished state (fafter once being wealthy)
Expression: “with the rod in his hand.” – stated of someone poor.
Expression: penniless, poor.
Needs (as in to satisfy his needs)
Expression: like a dog at an abattoir, covered with blood but starved to death – stated of someone who deals with other people’s money but is himself poor.
A. To become shabby in appearance. B. To fall on hard times. C. To make an error.
Impoverished, no longer in force.
- Narrowness, 2. Dire financial straits, 3. Sorrow
Exigency, necessity, need.
Requirements, stage props.
An instance of poverty, misery.
To get hunger.
Poor, in need of money.
Hungry, malnourished; weak, feeble; of poor quality.