|in poverty, poor||hand-to-mouth|
|(British) tawdry, loud, cheap; shabby, worn-out, in poor condition||tatty|
|(Medicine) rickets, childhood disease characterized by softening of the bones (caused by a deficiency of vitamin D, and poor metabolism of calcium and phosphorus)||rachitis|
|accept lower standards than usual, poor area, poor neighborhood, densely populated poverty-stricken area of a city; run-down and squalid residence that is unfit for human habitation, visit slums, visit poor run-down neighborhoods (especially out of cur...||slum|
|accommodation for the poor, place for indigent people to stay at public expense||poorhouse|
|acoustically unsatisfactory area, area of ignorance, direction in which vision is obscured, optic disk, place with poor radio reception||blind spot|
|act of making poor, pauperization||impoverishment|
|affected by dystrophy, containing excess humus, of dystrophy; of a condition caused by poor nutrition; of muscular degeneration||dystrophic|
|affected by poverty, deficient, deserving pity, indigent, poor; miserable, woeful; wretched, pitiable; deficient, lacking, inferior, lacking productive potential, lacking skill, low in valuation, low or inadequate, not rich, people who are poor, people...||poor|
|affected with the measles; pertaining to or resembling the measles; scrappy, wretched, poor (Slang), having measles, very little and pointless||measly|
|amusing imitation, compose a farcical imitation of another work, write a satirical imitation, imitate comically, literary work containing a farcical imitation of a particular person characteristic or style, parodies in general, poor imitation||parody|
|angry and unpleasant toward others, badly, poorly, distressing, evil, harmful, harmful; inferior; serious, grave, acute, incorrect, injured or diseased, misbehaving and disobedient, more unpleasant than usual, not functioning properly, of poor quality,...||bad|
|animal or plant near the ground, aviation worker on ground, plant or animal that lives close to the ground; fish that live near the bottom of the water; person with poor taste, standing spectator, superficial, shallow; uncritical, not thinking deeply, ...||groundling|
|annoying person, despicable person, somebody miserable, unhappy person, miserable person, poor person; despicable or contemptible person, one who is scorned; mean or base person||wretch|
|appearing miserable or deprived, inadequate or of low quality, irritating, sorry, poor, pitiable; miserable; contemptible; base, vile, unhappy or ill||wretched|
|apraxia, impairment of the motor system, motion difficulty, difficulty in performance of intentional movements, poor coordination||dyspraxia|
|area with poor radio reception||dead spot|
|art or artwork which is sentimental and in poor taste, artistic vulgarity, vulgar objects||kitsch|
|as a poor person||in forma pauperis|
|at low volume, humble, modest, meek; poor, humble in station or condition; plain, simple, in meek way, low in status, meekly, modestly; humbly; in a low position, simple and modest||lowly|
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