Sentence for destitute | Use destitute in a sentence

Sentences with destitute. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use destitute in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for destitute.

  • The war manitou has left me alone, alone and destitute. (18)
  • Do you think me destitute of every honest, every natural feeling? (4)
  • Not in incident: my life has been destitute of adventure and action. (1)
  • Ben Todds was shuffled aside; as one of their Londoners, destitute of county savour. (10)
  • It is false to imagine that schemers and workers in the dark are destitute of the saving gift of conscience. (10)
  • It was now her belief that she had probably no more than another day to live, for she was destitute of money. (10)
  • True, we are not under the obligation to propound them in presence, but we are destitute of an opinion in common. (10)

Also see sentences for: deficient, devoid, impecunious, penniless.

Definition of destitute:

  • destitute, des’ti-tt, adj. left alone: forsaken: in want, needy | v.t. to forsake: to deprive. | n. destitu’tion, the state of being destitute: deprivation of office: poverty. (0)

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