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Example sentences for destitute

Right now, they happen to be far more dangerous to the stability of society than the one in seven Americans who are destitute.
He helped humanize the destitute and destigmatize mental illness.
Their households cannot bear the risk of a loan, and so they remain destitute.
They are four in number, two from each lung, and are destitute of valves.
Loans are seldom the most appropriate service for the destitute.
One day you'll retire, and you don't want to retire destitute.
Being poor is not a worry; being destitute is my only real worry.
Many people who were barely making it a year or so ago are destitute now.
He left us completely destitute.
The army, too, has its hands full assisting the newly destitute.

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