Synonym: lack, scarcity, shortage. Similar words: earth, on earth, unearth, earthquake, heart, at heart, near to, by heart. Meaning: [dɜːθ] n. 1. an acute insufficiency 2. an insufficient quantity or number.
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1. There is a dearth of good children's plays.
2. There seems to be a dearth of good young players at the moment.
3. There was a dearth of reliable information on the subject.
4. There is a dearth of qualified workers.
5. In contrast, there is still a considerable dearth of knowledge on the post-therapeutic course of gastric ulcer disease.
6. However, there is a dearth of systematic research into the changes effected.
7. The clearest evidence for this is the dearth of people keen to work with frail older people.
8. There was a dearth of pens that day in class.
9. That dearth of elite talent was apparent the first weekend of conference play, when they were swept by Cal and Stanford.
10. Yet there seems to be a dearth of people arguing consistently using a golden thread methodology.
11. Another reason for the dearth of soccer talent in Leeds was the predominance of rugby.
12. Incomplete ascension will lead to disease and early dearth.
13. Farmers have long griped about a dearth of competition.
14. Many soldiers died because of dearth of food.
15. However, there is a dearth of research in marketing literature addressing multimarket competition.
16. The dearth of genius in America is owing to the continual teasing of mosquito.
17. The Wedding Present consolidated their reputation as a fine live band during 1988 but released a dearth of new material.
18. A trader could no longer bank on mortgages' being cheap because of a dearth of buyers.
19. The incident, caused by his impaired mental condition,(Sentencedict) cast a spotlight on the dearth of psychiatric facilities in the state.
20. A combination of higher taxation and more rigorous academic standards led to a dearth of first-class amateurs.
21. San Francisco Unified is not alone in trying to find ways to address the dearth of minority teaching candidates.
22. King of rock Presley had the best life one can imagine with no dearth of cash.
23. The ransom of a man's life are his riches: but he that is poor dearth not reprehension.
24. In times of plenty, they gorged themselves . In times of dearth , they fasted.
25. A righteous man seeks truth, not wealth , and worries about truth, not about dearth.
26. An article titled "Bus in the Hackers: NYC Startup Weekend" detailing the decided dearth, as well as a tourist/local matchmaking service called Big Apple Greeter served as inspiration for the duo.
27. The word of the Lord that came to Jeremiah concerning the dearth.
28. At about the same time, for reasons that are still not completely understood but that may include a dearth of eligible wage-earning men, the number of unmarried teenage mothers soared.
29. The selection of antiarrhythmic drugs for patients with a history of hypertension is compounded by the dearth of prospective controlled trials comparing the safety and efficacy of drug therapy for AF.
30. When it comes to outstanding thespian arts, Japan suffers no dearth.
More similar words: earth, on earth, unearth, earthquake, heart, at heart, near to, by heart, give ear to, heart and soul, wholeheartedly, year after year, dead, idea, deal, death, dealt, ideal, ordeal, deal out, dealer, deal in, deadly, fade away, deal with, a big deal, deadline, a good deal, a great deal, put to death.