Learn English Grammar From A–Z
- But you have placed yourself in this predicament through bad policy, and your indigence keeps you in it.
- Unsurprisingly, given the risk of arbitrary expropriation and extortion, the ordinary people responded by living in studied indigence.
- It was really begun by small boys who had very little cord and would put their indigence to rights by recklessly cutting down other people's kites.
- For every one rich man there must be at least five hundred poor, and the affluence of the few supposes indigence of the many.
- The influx of foreign students in the early 1970s transmuted the lives of Kathakali artistes who had known until then only indigence.