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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
(n.) The state of being deprived of anything; the state or condition of being destitute, needy, or without resources; deficiency; lack; extreme poverty; utter want; as, the inundation caused general destitution.
4432. ptocheia -- beggary, ie destitution
... beggary, ie destitution. Part of Speech: Noun, Feminine Transliteration: ptocheia
Phonetic Spelling: (pto-khi'-ah) Short Definition: beggary, poverty Definition ...
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3042. limos -- hunger, famine
... dearth, famine, hunger. Probably from leipo (through the idea of destitution);
a scarcity of food -- dearth, famine, hunger. see GREEK leipo. ...
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5532. chreia -- need, business
... From the base of chraomai or chre; employment, ie An affair; also (by implication)
occasion, demand, requirement or destitution -- business, lack, necessary ...
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4641. sklerokardia -- hardness of heart
... hardness of heart. Feminine of a compound of skleros and kardia; hard-heartedness,
ie (specially), destitution of (spiritual) perception -- hardness of heart. ...
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Strong's Hebrew
1224b. batstsarah -- dearth, destitution
... dearth, destitution. Transliteration: batstsarah Short Definition: drought. Word
Origin from batsar Definition dearth, destitution NASB Word Usage drought (1). ...
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4788. marud -- restlessness, straying
... cast out, misery. From ruwd in the sense of maltreatment; an outcast; (abstractly)
destitution -- cast out, misery. see HEBREW ruwd. 4787b, 4788. marud. 4789 ...
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2639. cheser -- want, poverty
... poverty, want. From chacer; lack; hence, destitution -- poverty, want. see HEBREW
chacer. 2638, 2639. cheser. 2640 . Strong's Numbers.
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Letter xv. --Perfect Detachment.
... ourselves. But when one has accomplished this total destitution, what then? ... kingdom.
But I suffer all this destitution so imperfectly, so feebly! ...
/.../de caussade/abandonment to divine providence/letter xv perfect detachment.htm

Severinus in Germany.
... The land was devastated, the inhabitants carried away as slaves. Universal
destitution and famine ensued on these perpetual wars. ...
/.../neander/light in the dark places/severinus in germany.htm

... In the great cities, by the death of parents, and by the abandonment of
children"sometimes through extreme destitution, at other times by unnatural ...
/.../life and work in benares and kumaon 1839-1877/chapter xiii orphanages.htm

Letter ii. --Good Symptoms.
... During this state of obscurity, dryness, coldness, and spiritual destitution, retain
in your soul a firm and sincere will to be all for God; this is all that ...
/.../de caussade/abandonment to divine providence/letter ii good symptoms.htm

Civilized Barbarism (Preached for the Bishop of London's Fund, at ...
... Now, it is unnecessary"it would be almost an impertinence"to enlarge on a
spiritual destitution of which you are already well aware. ...
/.../the water of life and other sermons/sermon xix civilized barbarism preached.htm

Sixteenth Proposition of Arminius
... against natural law, if he did sin in a matter pertaining to nature, (in which grace
was not due), his own will alone was in fault, not destitution of grace ...
/.../the works of james arminius vol 3/sixteenth proposition of arminius.htm

2 Cor. Iv. 8, 9
... of the perils. So that this which seems a mark of weakness and destitution,
this, [I say,] proclaims His resurrection. For His power ...
/.../homilies on the epistles of paul to the corinthians/homily ix 2 cor iv.htm

Letter i. --Temptation to Despair.
... As each ought to follow his attraction in prayer and at other times, do not be afraid
to keep yourself always in this great destitution which you find within ...
/.../de caussade/abandonment to divine providence/letter i temptation to despair.htm

The Children of the Poor.
... Captivity! were men ever bound by a darker chain, or trampled by a harder heel,
than those victims of destitution and of their own passions? War! ...
/.../chapin/humanity in the city/discourse vii the children of.htm

Human Nature Possesses an Adaptation for Perfection; the Gnostic ...
... For abundance in the actions that are according to virtue, is the true riches,
and destitution in decorous [3367] desires is poverty. ...
/.../clement/the stromata or miscellanies/chapter xii human nature possesses an.htm

Destitution (1 Occurrence)
... state or condition of being destitute, needy, or without resources; deficiency;
lack; extreme poverty; utter want; as, the inundation caused general destitution...
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Want (607 Occurrences)
... and clothing. 2. (vi) Specifically, absence or lack of necessaries;
destitution; poverty; penury; indigence; need. 3. (vi) That ...
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Destitute (25 Occurrences)

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Need (914 Occurrences)
... something; necessity; urgent want. 2. (n.) Want of the means of subsistence;
poverty; indigence; destitution. 3. (n.) That which ...
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Lack (86 Occurrences)
... 1. (n.) Blame; cause of blame; fault; crime; offense. 2. (n.) Deficiency; want;
need; destitution; failure; as, a lack of sufficient food. ...
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Without (4556 Occurrences)
... 3. (prep.) Not with; otherwise than with; in absence of, separation from, or
destitution of; not with use or employment of; independently of; exclusively of ...
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Famine (99 Occurrences)
... Noah Webster's Dictionary. (n.) General scarcity of food; dearth; a want of
provisions; destitution. Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia. FAMINE. ...
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Desolation (131 Occurrences)
... 2. (n.) The state of being desolated or laid waste; ruin; solitariness; destitution;
gloominess. 3. (n.) A place or country wasted and forsaken. Int. ...
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Penury (4 Occurrences)
... Noah Webster's Dictionary 1. (n.) Absence of resources; indigence; extreme poverty;
destitution. 2. (n.) Penuriousness; miserliness. Int. ...
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Privation (3 Occurrences)
... 2. (n.) The state of being deprived or destitute of something, especially of something
required or desired; destitution; need; as, to undergo severe privations ...
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Bible Concordance
Destitution (1 Occurrence)

Mark 12:44 for all have cast in of that which they had in abundance, but she of her destitution has cast in all that she had, the whole of her living.



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