without any means of supportHe looked unshaven, shabby and down-and-out.
destitute families who live in poverty
a ruined church
The goal is to lure businesses into impoverished areas.
There was graffiti and litter in the derelict warehouse.
a penniless refugee
flat broke (informal),
on your uppers (informal),
without two pennies to rub together (informal)
a person who is homeless and destitutesome poor down-and-out in need of a meal
He lived on the street as a vagrant.
A bum, a derelict, is what he looked like.
Now I am a beggar, having lost everything except life.
A confused and wizened derelict wandered in off the street.
Mozart died a pauper.
vagabond, , ,
He had lived as a vagabond, begging for food.
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in the sense of beggar
a person who lives by beggingNow I am a beggar, having lost everything except life.
in the sense of bum
a trampA bum, a derelict, is what he looked like.
down-and-out 的词库—— 柯林斯 英语词库
Life on the edge