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Sentence count:183+56 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-08-27Updated:2016-12-13
Synonym: destituteimpoverishedmiserableneedypennilesspitifulunfortunatewretchedAntonym: fatgoodrichSimilar words: poolspoonteaspoondoortablespoonfloordoorwayoutdoorMeaning: [pʊr /pʊə]  n. people without possessions or wealth (considered as a group). adj. 1. deserving or inciting pity 2. having little money or few possessions 3. characterized by or indicating poverty 4. lacking in specific resources, qualities or substances 5. not sufficient to meet a need 6. unsatisfactory. 
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(1) The poor man wants much, the miser everything. 
(2) Be considerate towards the poor.
(3) Poor without debt is better than a prince. 
(4) It's a poor mouse that has only on hole. 
(5) It is a poor heart that never rejoices. 
(6) Poor men's words have little weight. 
(7) It's a poor heart that never rejoices. 
(8) He alone is poor who does not possess knowledge. 
(9) Poor folk [men] are fain of little. 
(10) Better poor with honour than rich with shame. 
(11) It’s a poor [sad] heart that never rejoices. 
(12) Poor and liberal, rich and covetous. 
(13) The poor are rich when they are satisfied. 
(14) In the grave the rich and poor lie equal. 
(15) A poor workman always blames his tools. 
(16) Be considerate toward the poor.
(17) Lord help my poor soul.
(18) Poor and content is rich and rich enough. 
(19) A lamb is as dear to a poor man as an ox to the rich. 
(20) Economy is the poor man' s mint; and extravagance the rich man ' s pitfall. 
(21) Poor but honest.
(22) Economy the poor man’s mints; extravagance the rich man’s pitfall. 
(23) Learning is wealth to the poor, an honour to the rich, an aid to the young(, and a support and comfort to the aged. 
(24) I would rather be a poor man in a garret with plenty of good books to read than a king who did not love reading. 
(25) Economy the poor man's mints; extravagancethe rich man's pitfall.Martin Tupper. Americaneconomist. 
(26) Being reluctant to think , unwilling to study intensively and under-stand deeply and being complacentand satisfied at negligible knowledgeall are the cause of poor intelligence, which can be germed as "foolish". 
(27) The dainties of the great are the tears of the poor
(28) Thinking is, or ought to be, a coolness and a calmness; and our poor hearts throb, and our poor brains beat too much for that. 
(29) He that has a full purse never lacks a friend. Even in a busy market, nobody cares to know a poor person. 
(30) One law for the rich, and another for the poor
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