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ailing in poor or weakened health or condition; sickly or sick.
almoner one who distributes money or other gifts to the poor, esp. on behalf of an institution or royalty.
alms a charitable gift, esp. of money, given to the poor.
bad in pain or poor health. [1/9 definitions]
badly in a poor or incorrect manner; not well; poorly. [1/4 definitions]
beat-up (informal) in poor or damaged condition because of age or hard use; in disrepair; shabby.
beggar to make poor. [1/4 definitions]
beggarly extremely poor or unkempt; like a beggar. [1/2 definitions]
blind spot an area of poor reception of radio signals. [1/4 definitions]
botch to spoil or ruin as a result of clumsy work or poor repairs; bungle. [1/3 definitions]
bum (informal) a poor, homeless person or one who does not want to work; tramp. [1/3 definitions]
bust2 to make poor; destroy financially. [1/10 definitions]
cheesy (informal) of poor quality; shabby. [1/2 definitions]
client one who is subject to the assistance of a government or private welfare agency, esp. by virtue of being poor. [1/3 definitions]
coarse of poor or faulty quality. [1/3 definitions]
cystic fibrosis a congenital disease usu. developing in childhood and characterized by poor digestion, breathing difficulties, and pancreatic inflammation.
d a grade given for poor, but not failing, academic work. [1/4 definitions]
decrepit in a poor condition because of old age or much use; dilapidated; worn-out.
execrable of very poor quality; extremely inferior. [1/2 definitions]
gentrification the process by which buildings in decaying neighborhoods are bought and renovated by relatively wealthy people, thus causing the displacement and sometimes homelessness of poor people.
gentrify to restore or upgrade (a deteriorated neighborhood) by renovation of existing homes and the like, usu. resulting in the displacement of poor residents by more affluent ones.