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  • 101 abjectness — n 1. humbleness, poorness, beggarliness, paltriness, patheticalness, pitifulness, pitiableness; shabbiness, shoddiness, dirtiness, scrubbiness, scruffiness, scurviness; miserableness, squalidness, starkness, hopelessness, oppressiveness;… …

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  • 102 aridity — n 1. aridness, parchedness, extreme dryness, dehydration, evaporation, desiccation; torridity, torridness. 2. barrenness, unproductivity, unproductiveness, sterility, sterileness; infertility, infertileness, unfertili ty, unfruitfulness,… …

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  • 103 dearth — n 1. scarcity, scarceness, lack, want; deficiency, shortness, shortage, insufficiency, stint; scantiness, paucity, exiguity, meagerness, rareness; sparseness, seldomness, fewness, poorness, barrenness; depletion, exhaustion, emptiness, vacuity. 2 …

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  • 104 famine — n 1. scarcity of food, large scale food shortage, bare subsistence. 2. hunger, starvation, inanition, Rare. famishment; fast, diet, xerophagy, Lent; privation, deprivation, half rations, Chiefly Brit. short commons, Psychiatry. anorexia. 3.… …

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  • 105 frugality — n 1. sparingness, frugalness, thrift, thriftiness; husbandry, careful management, conservation; conserving, saving, economizing, economy; moderation, temperance, self control, self restraint; abstemiousness, abstinence, abstention, self denial,… …

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  • 106 meagerness — n 1. scarceness, scantiness, scantness, exiguity, shortness; want, lack, need, stint, scarcity, poverty, paucity; poorness, inadequacy, insufficiency; bareness, slightness, skimpiness, scrimpiness; puniness, paltriness, pettiness, piddlingness,… …

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  • 107 paltriness — n 1. pettiness, triviality, trivialism, Brit. pottiness, inconsiderableness, unappreciableness, inconsequentiality, insignificance, unimportance, irrelevance, irrelevancy, nonessentiality; littleness, smallness, minuteness, slightness,… …

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  • 108 paucity — n scarcity, sparseness, sparsity, scantiness; exiguousness, slenderness, thinness, leanness, meagerness; shortage, small number, small amount, paltriness, poverty, poorness; lack, dearth, want, need, crying need; insufficiency, inadequacy,… …

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  • 109 penury — n 1. poverty, extreme poverty, destitution, need, want; straits, straitened circumstances, beggary, pauperism, pauperage; mendicancy, mendicity; impecuniousness, insolvency, bankruptcy, inability to pay, liquidation, failure, default; privation,… …

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  • 110 scarcity — n 1. lack, dearth, want, need, crying need; insufficiency, inadequacy, deprivation, deficiency; paucity, sparseness, sparsity, scantiness; exiguity, ex iguousness, slenderness, thinness, leanness, meagerness, shortage, small number, paltriness;… …

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  • 111 shortage — n deficiency, deficit, insufficiency, scarcity, sparsity, sparseness, straitness, scantiness, scantness, rareness; dearth, shortfall, lack, paucity, poorness, short, short supply, limitation, stint, meagerness, absence, emptiness, inanition,… …

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  • 112 poor — /pɔ / (say paw) adjective 1. having little or nothing in the way of wealth, goods, or means of subsistence. 2. (of a country, institution, etc.) meagrely supplied or endowed with resources or funds. 3. (of the circumstances, life, home, dress,… …

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  • 113 φλαυρότης — poorness fem nom sg …

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  • 114 φλαυρότητα — φλαυρότης poorness fem acc sg …

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  • 115 gaisnja- Ⅰ — *gaisnja , *gaisnjam, *gaisna , *gaisnam germ.?, stark. Neutrum (a): nhd. Armut, Mangel; ne. poorness; Rekontruktionsbasis: ahd.; Hinweis: s. *gaisnja (Adjektiv); Etymologie: vergleiche idg …

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  • 116 copiousness — [n] abundance affluence, amplitude, bountifulness, bounty, cornucopia, exuberance, fullness, horn of plenty*, lavishness, luxuriance, plentifulness, plenty, richness, superabundance; concept 767 Ant. lack, need, poorness, rareness, scarcity, want …

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  • 117 degeneracy — [n1] corruption abasement, decadence, degradation, depravity, dissoluteness, downfall, immorality, inferiority, meanness, poorness; concept 645 Ant. morality degeneracy [n2] decay, deterioration atrophy, debasement, declination, decline, decrease …

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  • 118 durability — [n] sturdiness over time backbone, constancy, durableness, endurance, grit, guts*, gutsiness, hard as nails*, heart*, imperishability, intestinal fortitude, lastingness, moxie*, permanence, persistence, stamina, starch*, staying power*, stick to… …

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  • 119 means — [n1] way, method agency, agent, aid, apparatus, auspices, avenue, channel, course, dodge*, equipment, expedient, factor, fashion, gimmick*, instrument, instrumentality, instrumentation, intermediary, machinery, manner, measure, mechanism, medium …

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  • 120 need — [n1] want, requirement charge, commitment, committal, compulsion, demand, desideratum, devoir, duty, essential, exigency, extremity, longing, must, obligation, occasion, ought, requisite, right, the urge, urgency, use, weakness, wish; concepts 20 …

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