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beggary
Definition:
The act of begging; the state of being a beggar; mendicancy; extreme poverty.

Synonyms:

noun
beggary
indigence, mendicancy, need, pauperism, pauperization, penury, Begging.
communication
beggary, mendicancy, Begging.
poverty
abjection, destitution, exiguity, famine, impecuniousness, impoverishment, indigence, mendicancy, pauperism, pennilessness, penuriousness, penury, poorness, underdevelopment, vacancy, Begging, Impecuniosity, Mendicity, Neediness, Necessitousness, under-development.
Examples of usage:
  1. The young man had not patience to wait till he had made an end of that which was with him, but rose and opened the chamber, and behold, it was empty and its walls were whitened, and in its midst was a rope hanging down as for a bucket and ten bricks, one upon other, and a scroll, wherein was written, " There is no help against death; so hang thyself and beg not of any, but kick away the bricks with thy toes, that there may be no escape for thy life, and thou shalt be at rest from the exultation of enemies and enviers and the bitterness of beggary." – Supplemental Nights, Volume 1 by Richard F. Burton
  2. In vain would it be to argue that, if the reform is to take place, a large number of priests would be reduced to beggary, owing to the want of occupation; because, as things now stand, many of the religious curates employ three or four coadjutors, and, no doubt, they would then gladly undertake to make provision for the remainder of those who may be thrown out of employment. – The Former Philippines thru Foreign Eyes by Tomás de Comyn Fedor Jagor Rudolf Ludwig Carl Virchow Charles Wilkes
  3. The 'Crescent' will grow dim and its followers will descend into beggary and ceaseless war. – Beasts, Men and Gods by Ferdinand Ossendowski
  4. The room was bare to beggary; the ceiling, low and sloping, was blackened with smoke. – Lucretia, Complete by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
  5. It is to be wished that Poverty would garb his body in a clean skin, that Adversity would cultivate a taste for spotless linen, and that Beggary would address himself unto your pocket from beneath a downy hat. – The Fiend's Delight by Dod Grile

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