Impoverished [adjective]

Definition of Impoverished:

poor, exhausted

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Sentence/Example of Impoverished:

Pelletier took no action against Letourneau, who was appointed to represent impoverished clients in 470 cases between 2010 and 2016 while working for the commission.

For decades after Gideon, the state allowed judges to assign and pay private attorneys to represent impoverished defendants.

People couldn’t move their families because, as law enforcement officers said when asked, over 80 percent of these target areas are impoverished.

The islands became BIOT, and their inhabitants were dumped, impoverished, on Mauritius and the Seychelles.

Then, as today, the epidemic fell most heavily on the inhabitants of impoverished inner-city areas.

The companies are declared to be impoverished by the taking of inordinate numbers of apprentices.

In the first place the companies saw their stock become rapidly impoverished, and themselves on the verge of bankruptcy.

A million immigrants came from impoverished Europe in the four succeeding years, begging for freedom and a place to live.

He was translated to the archbishopric of York, leaving his bishopric in a very impoverished state.

She was weary of the doctor's shop-talk, the impoverished blood of conversation, the dislocated joint of utterance.