:
poor?
–adjective
1. having little or no money, goods, or other means of support: a poor family living on welfare.
2. Law. dependent upon charity or public support.
3. (of a country, institution, etc.) meagerly supplied or endowed with resources or funds.
4. characterized by or showing poverty.
5. deficient or lacking in something specified: a region poor in mineral deposits.
6. faulty or inferior, as in construction: poor workmanship.
7. deficient in desirable ingredients, qualities, or the like: poor soil.
8. excessively lean or emaciated, as cattle.
9. of an inferior, inadequate, or unsatisfactory kind: poor health.
10. lacking in skill, ability, or training: a poor cook.
11. deficient in moral excellence; cowardly, abject, or mean.
12. scanty, meager, or paltry in amount or number: a poor audience.
13. humble; modest: They shared their poor meal with a stranger.
14. unfortunate; hapless: The poor dog was limping.
–noun
15. (used with a plural verb) poor persons collectively (usually prec. by the): sympathy for the poor.
16. poor as a church mouse, extremely poor.
17. poor as Job's turkey, extremely poor; impoverished.
poor
adj.   poor·er, poor·est
  1. Having little or no wealth and few or no possessions.

  2. Lacking in a specified resource or quality: an area poor in timber and coal; a diet poor in calcium.

  3. Not adequate in quality; inferior: a poor performance.

    1. Lacking in value; insufficient: poor wages.

    2. Lacking in quantity: poor attendance.

  4. Lacking fertility: poor soil.

  5. Undernourished; lean.

  6. Humble: a poor spirit.

  7. Eliciting or deserving pity; pitiable: couldn't rescue the poor fellow.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

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poor?
–adjective
1. having little or no money, goods, or other means of support: a poor family living on welfare.
2. Law. dependent upon charity or public support.
3. (of a country, institution, etc.) meagerly supplied or endowed with resources or funds.
4. characterized by or showing poverty.
5. deficient or lacking in something specified: a region poor in mineral deposits.
6. faulty or inferior, as in construction: poor workmanship.
7. deficient in desirable ingredients, qualities, or the like: poor soil.
8. excessively lean or emaciated, as cattle.
9. of an inferior, inadequate, or unsatisfactory kind: poor health.
10. lacking in skill, ability, or training: a poor cook.
11. deficient in moral excellence; cowardly, abject, or mean.
12. scanty, meager, or paltry in amount or number: a poor audience.
13. humble; modest: They shared their poor meal with a stranger.
14. unfortunate; hapless: The poor dog was limping.
–noun
15. (used with a plural verb) poor persons collectively (usually prec. by the): sympathy for the poor.
16. poor as a church mouse, extremely poor.
17. poor as Job's turkey, extremely poor; impoverished.
poor
adj.   poor·er, poor·est
  1. Having little or no wealth and few or no possessions.

  2. Lacking in a specified resource or quality: an area poor in timber and coal; a diet poor in calcium.

  3. Not adequate in quality; inferior: a poor performance.

    1. Lacking in value; insufficient: poor wages.

    2. Lacking in quantity: poor attendance.

  4. Lacking fertility: poor soil.

  5. Undernourished; lean.

  6. Humble: a poor spirit.

  7. Eliciting or deserving pity; pitiable: couldn't rescue the poor fellow.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:
poor?
–adjective
1. having little or no money, goods, or other means of support: a poor family living on welfare.
2. Law. dependent upon charity or public support.
3. (of a country, institution, etc.) meagerly supplied or endowed with resources or funds.
4. characterized by or showing poverty.
5. deficient or lacking in something specified: a region poor in mineral deposits.
6. faulty or inferior, as in construction: poor workmanship.
7. deficient in desirable ingredients, qualities, or the like: poor soil.
8. excessively lean or emaciated, as cattle.
9. of an inferior, inadequate, or unsatisfactory kind: poor health.
10. lacking in skill, ability, or training: a poor cook.
11. deficient in moral excellence; cowardly, abject, or mean.
12. scanty, meager, or paltry in amount or number: a poor audience.
13. humble; modest: They shared their poor meal with a stranger.
14. unfortunate; hapless: The poor dog was limping.
–noun
15. (used with a plural verb) poor persons collectively (usually prec. by the): sympathy for the poor.
16. poor as a church mouse, extremely poor.
17. poor as Job's turkey, extremely poor; impoverished.
poor
adj.   poor·er, poor·est
  1. Having little or no wealth and few or no possessions.

  2. Lacking in a specified resource or quality: an area poor in timber and coal; a diet poor in calcium.

  3. Not adequate in quality; inferior: a poor performance.

    1. Lacking in value; insufficient: poor wages.

    2. Lacking in quantity: poor attendance.

  4. Lacking fertility: poor soil.

  5. Undernourished; lean.

  6. Humble: a poor spirit.

  7. Eliciting or deserving pity; pitiable: couldn't rescue the poor fellow.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:
poor?
–adjective
1. having little or no money, goods, or other means of support: a poor family living on welfare.
2. Law. dependent upon charity or public support.
3. (of a country, institution, etc.) meagerly supplied or endowed with resources or funds.
4. characterized by or showing poverty.
5. deficient or lacking in something specified: a region poor in mineral deposits.
6. faulty or inferior, as in construction: poor workmanship.
7. deficient in desirable ingredients, qualities, or the like: poor soil.
8. excessively lean or emaciated, as cattle.
9. of an inferior, inadequate, or unsatisfactory kind: poor health.
10. lacking in skill, ability, or training: a poor cook.
11. deficient in moral excellence; cowardly, abject, or mean.
12. scanty, meager, or paltry in amount or number: a poor audience.
13. humble; modest: They shared their poor meal with a stranger.
14. unfortunate; hapless: The poor dog was limping.
–noun
15. (used with a plural verb) poor persons collectively (usually prec. by the): sympathy for the poor.
16. poor as a church mouse, extremely poor.
17. poor as Job's turkey, extremely poor; impoverished.
poor
adj.   poor·er, poor·est
  1. Having little or no wealth and few or no possessions.

  2. Lacking in a specified resource or quality: an area poor in timber and coal; a diet poor in calcium.

  3. Not adequate in quality; inferior: a poor performance.

    1. Lacking in value; insufficient: poor wages.

    2. Lacking in quantity: poor attendance.

  4. Lacking fertility: poor soil.

  5. Undernourished; lean.

  6. Humble: a poor spirit.

  7. Eliciting or deserving pity; pitiable: couldn't rescue the poor fellow.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

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poor?
–adjective
1. having little or no money, goods, or other means of support: a poor family living on welfare.
2. Law. dependent upon charity or public support.
3. (of a country, institution, etc.) meagerly supplied or endowed with resources or funds.
4. characterized by or showing poverty.
5. deficient or lacking in something specified: a region poor in mineral deposits.
6. faulty or inferior, as in construction: poor workmanship.
7. deficient in desirable ingredients, qualities, or the like: poor soil.
8. excessively lean or emaciated, as cattle.
9. of an inferior, inadequate, or unsatisfactory kind: poor health.
10. lacking in skill, ability, or training: a poor cook.
11. deficient in moral excellence; cowardly, abject, or mean.
12. scanty, meager, or paltry in amount or number: a poor audience.
13. humble; modest: They shared their poor meal with a stranger.
14. unfortunate; hapless: The poor dog was limping.
–noun
15. (used with a plural verb) poor persons collectively (usually prec. by the): sympathy for the poor.
16. poor as a church mouse, extremely poor.
17. poor as Job's turkey, extremely poor; impoverished.
poor
adj.   poor·er, poor·est
  1. Having little or no wealth and few or no possessions.

  2. Lacking in a specified resource or quality: an area poor in timber and coal; a diet poor in calcium.

  3. Not adequate in quality; inferior: a poor performance.

    1. Lacking in value; insufficient: poor wages.

    2. Lacking in quantity: poor attendance.

  4. Lacking fertility: poor soil.

  5. Undernourished; lean.

  6. Humble: a poor spirit.

  7. Eliciting or deserving pity; pitiable: couldn't rescue the poor fellow.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

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poor?
–adjective
1. having little or no money, goods, or other means of support: a poor family living on welfare.
2. Law. dependent upon charity or public support.
3. (of a country, institution, etc.) meagerly supplied or endowed with resources or funds.
4. characterized by or showing poverty.
5. deficient or lacking in something specified: a region poor in mineral deposits.
6. faulty or inferior, as in construction: poor workmanship.
7. deficient in desirable ingredients, qualities, or the like: poor soil.
8. excessively lean or emaciated, as cattle.
9. of an inferior, inadequate, or unsatisfactory kind: poor health.
10. lacking in skill, ability, or training: a poor cook.
11. deficient in moral excellence; cowardly, abject, or mean.
12. scanty, meager, or paltry in amount or number: a poor audience.
13. humble; modest: They shared their poor meal with a stranger.
14. unfortunate; hapless: The poor dog was limping.
–noun
15. (used with a plural verb) poor persons collectively (usually prec. by the): sympathy for the poor.
16. poor as a church mouse, extremely poor.
17. poor as Job's turkey, extremely poor; impoverished.
poor
adj.   poor·er, poor·est
  1. Having little or no wealth and few or no possessions.

  2. Lacking in a specified resource or quality: an area poor in timber and coal; a diet poor in calcium.

  3. Not adequate in quality; inferior: a poor performance.

    1. Lacking in value; insufficient: poor wages.

    2. Lacking in quantity: poor attendance.

  4. Lacking fertility: poor soil.

  5. Undernourished; lean.

  6. Humble: a poor spirit.

  7. Eliciting or deserving pity; pitiable: couldn't rescue the poor fellow.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:
poor?
–adjective
1. having little or no money, goods, or other means of support: a poor family living on welfare.
2. Law. dependent upon charity or public support.
3. (of a country, institution, etc.) meagerly supplied or endowed with resources or funds.
4. characterized by or showing poverty.
5. deficient or lacking in something specified: a region poor in mineral deposits.
6. faulty or inferior, as in construction: poor workmanship.
7. deficient in desirable ingredients, qualities, or the like: poor soil.
8. excessively lean or emaciated, as cattle.
9. of an inferior, inadequate, or unsatisfactory kind: poor health.
10. lacking in skill, ability, or training: a poor cook.
11. deficient in moral excellence; cowardly, abject, or mean.
12. scanty, meager, or paltry in amount or number: a poor audience.
13. humble; modest: They shared their poor meal with a stranger.
14. unfortunate; hapless: The poor dog was limping.
–noun
15. (used with a plural verb) poor persons collectively (usually prec. by the): sympathy for the poor.
16. poor as a church mouse, extremely poor.
17. poor as Job's turkey, extremely poor; impoverished.
poor
adj.   poor·er, poor·est
  1. Having little or no wealth and few or no possessions.

  2. Lacking in a specified resource or quality: an area poor in timber and coal; a diet poor in calcium.

  3. Not adequate in quality; inferior: a poor performance.

    1. Lacking in value; insufficient: poor wages.

    2. Lacking in quantity: poor attendance.

  4. Lacking fertility: poor soil.

  5. Undernourished; lean.

  6. Humble: a poor spirit.

  7. Eliciting or deserving pity; pitiable: couldn't rescue the poor fellow.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

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poor?
–adjective
1. having little or no money, goods, or other means of support: a poor family living on welfare.
2. Law. dependent upon charity or public support.
3. (of a country, institution, etc.) meagerly supplied or endowed with resources or funds.
4. characterized by or showing poverty.
5. deficient or lacking in something specified: a region poor in mineral deposits.
6. faulty or inferior, as in construction: poor workmanship.
7. deficient in desirable ingredients, qualities, or the like: poor soil.
8. excessively lean or emaciated, as cattle.
9. of an inferior, inadequate, or unsatisfactory kind: poor health.
10. lacking in skill, ability, or training: a poor cook.
11. deficient in moral excellence; cowardly, abject, or mean.
12. scanty, meager, or paltry in amount or number: a poor audience.
13. humble; modest: They shared their poor meal with a stranger.
14. unfortunate; hapless: The poor dog was limping.
–noun
15. (used with a plural verb) poor persons collectively (usually prec. by the): sympathy for the poor.
16. poor as a church mouse, extremely poor.
17. poor as Job's turkey, extremely poor; impoverished.
poor
adj.   poor·er, poor·est
  1. Having little or no wealth and few or no possessions.

  2. Lacking in a specified resource or quality: an area poor in timber and coal; a diet poor in calcium.

  3. Not adequate in quality; inferior: a poor performance.

    1. Lacking in value; insufficient: poor wages.

    2. Lacking in quantity: poor attendance.

  4. Lacking fertility: poor soil.

  5. Undernourished; lean.

  6. Humble: a poor spirit.

  7. Eliciting or deserving pity; pitiable: couldn't rescue the poor fellow.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

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poor?
–adjective
1. having little or no money, goods, or other means of support: a poor family living on welfare.
2. Law. dependent upon charity or public support.
3. (of a country, institution, etc.) meagerly supplied or endowed with resources or funds.
4. characterized by or showing poverty.
5. deficient or lacking in something specified: a region poor in mineral deposits.
6. faulty or inferior, as in construction: poor workmanship.
7. deficient in desirable ingredients, qualities, or the like: poor soil.
8. excessively lean or emaciated, as cattle.
9. of an inferior, inadequate, or unsatisfactory kind: poor health.
10. lacking in skill, ability, or training: a poor cook.
11. deficient in moral excellence; cowardly, abject, or mean.
12. scanty, meager, or paltry in amount or number: a poor audience.
13. humble; modest: They shared their poor meal with a stranger.
14. unfortunate; hapless: The poor dog was limping.
–noun
15. (used with a plural verb) poor persons collectively (usually prec. by the): sympathy for the poor.
16. poor as a church mouse, extremely poor.
17. poor as Job's turkey, extremely poor; impoverished.
poor
adj.   poor·er, poor·est
  1. Having little or no wealth and few or no possessions.

  2. Lacking in a specified resource or quality: an area poor in timber and coal; a diet poor in calcium.

  3. Not adequate in quality; inferior: a poor performance.

    1. Lacking in value; insufficient: poor wages.

    2. Lacking in quantity: poor attendance.

  4. Lacking fertility: poor soil.

  5. Undernourished; lean.

  6. Humble: a poor spirit.

  7. Eliciting or deserving pity; pitiable: couldn't rescue the poor fellow.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

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poor?
–adjective
1. having little or no money, goods, or other means of support: a poor family living on welfare.
2. Law. dependent upon charity or public support.
3. (of a country, institution, etc.) meagerly supplied or endowed with resources or funds.
4. characterized by or showing poverty.
5. deficient or lacking in something specified: a region poor in mineral deposits.
6. faulty or inferior, as in construction: poor workmanship.
7. deficient in desirable ingredients, qualities, or the like: poor soil.
8. excessively lean or emaciated, as cattle.
9. of an inferior, inadequate, or unsatisfactory kind: poor health.
10. lacking in skill, ability, or training: a poor cook.
11. deficient in moral excellence; cowardly, abject, or mean.
12. scanty, meager, or paltry in amount or number: a poor audience.
13. humble; modest: They shared their poor meal with a stranger.
14. unfortunate; hapless: The poor dog was limping.
–noun
15. (used with a plural verb) poor persons collectively (usually prec. by the): sympathy for the poor.
16. poor as a church mouse, extremely poor.
17. poor as Job's turkey, extremely poor; impoverished.
poor
adj.   poor·er, poor·est
  1. Having little or no wealth and few or no possessions.

  2. Lacking in a specified resource or quality: an area poor in timber and coal; a diet poor in calcium.

  3. Not adequate in quality; inferior: a poor performance.

    1. Lacking in value; insufficient: poor wages.

    2. Lacking in quantity: poor attendance.

  4. Lacking fertility: poor soil.

  5. Undernourished; lean.

  6. Humble: a poor spirit.

  7. Eliciting or deserving pity; pitiable: couldn't rescue the poor fellow.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

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poor?
–adjective
1. having little or no money, goods, or other means of support: a poor family living on welfare.
2. Law. dependent upon charity or public support.
3. (of a country, institution, etc.) meagerly supplied or endowed with resources or funds.
4. characterized by or showing poverty.
5. deficient or lacking in something specified: a region poor in mineral deposits.
6. faulty or inferior, as in construction: poor workmanship.
7. deficient in desirable ingredients, qualities, or the like: poor soil.
8. excessively lean or emaciated, as cattle.
9. of an inferior, inadequate, or unsatisfactory kind: poor health.
10. lacking in skill, ability, or training: a poor cook.
11. deficient in moral excellence; cowardly, abject, or mean.
12. scanty, meager, or paltry in amount or number: a poor audience.
13. humble; modest: They shared their poor meal with a stranger.
14. unfortunate; hapless: The poor dog was limping.
–noun
15. (used with a plural verb) poor persons collectively (usually prec. by the): sympathy for the poor.
16. poor as a church mouse, extremely poor.
17. poor as Job's turkey, extremely poor; impoverished.
poor
adj.   poor·er, poor·est
  1. Having little or no wealth and few or no possessions.

  2. Lacking in a specified resource or quality: an area poor in timber and coal; a diet poor in calcium.

  3. Not adequate in quality; inferior: a poor performance.

    1. Lacking in value; insufficient: poor wages.

    2. Lacking in quantity: poor attendance.

  4. Lacking fertility: poor soil.

  5. Undernourished; lean.

  6. Humble: a poor spirit.

  7. Eliciting or deserving pity; pitiable: couldn't rescue the poor fellow.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:
poor?
–adjective
1. having little or no money, goods, or other means of support: a poor family living on welfare.
2. Law. dependent upon charity or public support.
3. (of a country, institution, etc.) meagerly supplied or endowed with resources or funds.
4. characterized by or showing poverty.
5. deficient or lacking in something specified: a region poor in mineral deposits.
6. faulty or inferior, as in construction: poor workmanship.
7. deficient in desirable ingredients, qualities, or the like: poor soil.
8. excessively lean or emaciated, as cattle.
9. of an inferior, inadequate, or unsatisfactory kind: poor health.
10. lacking in skill, ability, or training: a poor cook.
11. deficient in moral excellence; cowardly, abject, or mean.
12. scanty, meager, or paltry in amount or number: a poor audience.
13. humble; modest: They shared their poor meal with a stranger.
14. unfortunate; hapless: The poor dog was limping.
–noun
15. (used with a plural verb) poor persons collectively (usually prec. by the): sympathy for the poor.
16. poor as a church mouse, extremely poor.
17. poor as Job's turkey, extremely poor; impoverished.
poor
adj.   poor·er, poor·est
  1. Having little or no wealth and few or no possessions.

  2. Lacking in a specified resource or quality: an area poor in timber and coal; a diet poor in calcium.

  3. Not adequate in quality; inferior: a poor performance.

    1. Lacking in value; insufficient: poor wages.

    2. Lacking in quantity: poor attendance.

  4. Lacking fertility: poor soil.

  5. Undernourished; lean.

  6. Humble: a poor spirit.

  7. Eliciting or deserving pity; pitiable: couldn't rescue the poor fellow.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:
poor?
–adjective
1. having little or no money, goods, or other means of support: a poor family living on welfare.
2. Law. dependent upon charity or public support.
3. (of a country, institution, etc.) meagerly supplied or endowed with resources or funds.
4. characterized by or showing poverty.
5. deficient or lacking in something specified: a region poor in mineral deposits.
6. faulty or inferior, as in construction: poor workmanship.
7. deficient in desirable ingredients, qualities, or the like: poor soil.
8. excessively lean or emaciated, as cattle.
9. of an inferior, inadequate, or unsatisfactory kind: poor health.
10. lacking in skill, ability, or training: a poor cook.
11. deficient in moral excellence; cowardly, abject, or mean.
12. scanty, meager, or paltry in amount or number: a poor audience.
13. humble; modest: They shared their poor meal with a stranger.
14. unfortunate; hapless: The poor dog was limping.
–noun
15. (used with a plural verb) poor persons collectively (usually prec. by the): sympathy for the poor.
16. poor as a church mouse, extremely poor.
17. poor as Job's turkey, extremely poor; impoverished.
poor
adj.   poor·er, poor·est
  1. Having little or no wealth and few or no possessions.

  2. Lacking in a specified resource or quality: an area poor in timber and coal; a diet poor in calcium.

  3. Not adequate in quality; inferior: a poor performance.

    1. Lacking in value; insufficient: poor wages.

    2. Lacking in quantity: poor attendance.

  4. Lacking fertility: poor soil.

  5. Undernourished; lean.

  6. Humble: a poor spirit.

  7. Eliciting or deserving pity; pitiable: couldn't rescue the poor fellow.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:
poor?
–adjective
1. having little or no money, goods, or other means of support: a poor family living on welfare.
2. Law. dependent upon charity or public support.
3. (of a country, institution, etc.) meagerly supplied or endowed with resources or funds.
4. characterized by or showing poverty.
5. deficient or lacking in something specified: a region poor in mineral deposits.
6. faulty or inferior, as in construction: poor workmanship.
7. deficient in desirable ingredients, qualities, or the like: poor soil.
8. excessively lean or emaciated, as cattle.
9. of an inferior, inadequate, or unsatisfactory kind: poor health.
10. lacking in skill, ability, or training: a poor cook.
11. deficient in moral excellence; cowardly, abject, or mean.
12. scanty, meager, or paltry in amount or number: a poor audience.
13. humble; modest: They shared their poor meal with a stranger.
14. unfortunate; hapless: The poor dog was limping.
–noun
15. (used with a plural verb) poor persons collectively (usually prec. by the): sympathy for the poor.
16. poor as a church mouse, extremely poor.
17. poor as Job's turkey, extremely poor; impoverished.
poor
adj.   poor·er, poor·est
  1. Having little or no wealth and few or no possessions.

  2. Lacking in a specified resource or quality: an area poor in timber and coal; a diet poor in calcium.

  3. Not adequate in quality; inferior: a poor performance.

    1. Lacking in value; insufficient: poor wages.

    2. Lacking in quantity: poor attendance.

  4. Lacking fertility: poor soil.

  5. Undernourished; lean.

  6. Humble: a poor spirit.

  7. Eliciting or deserving pity; pitiable: couldn't rescue the poor fellow.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:
poor?
–adjective
1. having little or no money, goods, or other means of support: a poor family living on welfare.
2. Law. dependent upon charity or public support.
3. (of a country, institution, etc.) meagerly supplied or endowed with resources or funds.
4. characterized by or showing poverty.
5. deficient or lacking in something specified: a region poor in mineral deposits.
6. faulty or inferior, as in construction: poor workmanship.
7. deficient in desirable ingredients, qualities, or the like: poor soil.
8. excessively lean or emaciated, as cattle.
9. of an inferior, inadequate, or unsatisfactory kind: poor health.
10. lacking in skill, ability, or training: a poor cook.
11. deficient in moral excellence; cowardly, abject, or mean.
12. scanty, meager, or paltry in amount or number: a poor audience.
13. humble; modest: They shared their poor meal with a stranger.
14. unfortunate; hapless: The poor dog was limping.
–noun
15. (used with a plural verb) poor persons collectively (usually prec. by the): sympathy for the poor.
16. poor as a church mouse, extremely poor.
17. poor as Job's turkey, extremely poor; impoverished.
poor
adj.   poor·er, poor·est
  1. Having little or no wealth and few or no possessions.

  2. Lacking in a specified resource or quality: an area poor in timber and coal; a diet poor in calcium.

  3. Not adequate in quality; inferior: a poor performance.

    1. Lacking in value; insufficient: poor wages.

    2. Lacking in quantity: poor attendance.

  4. Lacking fertility: poor soil.

  5. Undernourished; lean.

  6. Humble: a poor spirit.

  7. Eliciting or deserving pity; pitiable: couldn't rescue the poor fellow.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:
poor?
–adjective
1. having little or no money, goods, or other means of support: a poor family living on welfare.
2. Law. dependent upon charity or public support.
3. (of a country, institution, etc.) meagerly supplied or endowed with resources or funds.
4. characterized by or showing poverty.
5. deficient or lacking in something specified: a region poor in mineral deposits.
6. faulty or inferior, as in construction: poor workmanship.
7. deficient in desirable ingredients, qualities, or the like: poor soil.
8. excessively lean or emaciated, as cattle.
9. of an inferior, inadequate, or unsatisfactory kind: poor health.
10. lacking in skill, ability, or training: a poor cook.
11. deficient in moral excellence; cowardly, abject, or mean.
12. scanty, meager, or paltry in amount or number: a poor audience.
13. humble; modest: They shared their poor meal with a stranger.
14. unfortunate; hapless: The poor dog was limping.
–noun
15. (used with a plural verb) poor persons collectively (usually prec. by the): sympathy for the poor.
16. poor as a church mouse, extremely poor.
17. poor as Job's turkey, extremely poor; impoverished.
poor
adj.   poor·er, poor·est
  1. Having little or no wealth and few or no possessions.

  2. Lacking in a specified resource or quality: an area poor in timber and coal; a diet poor in calcium.

  3. Not adequate in quality; inferior: a poor performance.

    1. Lacking in value; insufficient: poor wages.

    2. Lacking in quantity: poor attendance.

  4. Lacking fertility: poor soil.

  5. Undernourished; lean.

  6. Humble: a poor spirit.

  7. Eliciting or deserving pity; pitiable: couldn't rescue the poor fellow.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:
poor?
–adjective
1. having little or no money, goods, or other means of support: a poor family living on welfare.
2. Law. dependent upon charity or public support.
3. (of a country, institution, etc.) meagerly supplied or endowed with resources or funds.
4. characterized by or showing poverty.
5. deficient or lacking in something specified: a region poor in mineral deposits.
6. faulty or inferior, as in construction: poor workmanship.
7. deficient in desirable ingredients, qualities, or the like: poor soil.
8. excessively lean or emaciated, as cattle.
9. of an inferior, inadequate, or unsatisfactory kind: poor health.
10. lacking in skill, ability, or training: a poor cook.
11. deficient in moral excellence; cowardly, abject, or mean.
12. scanty, meager, or paltry in amount or number: a poor audience.
13. humble; modest: They shared their poor meal with a stranger.
14. unfortunate; hapless: The poor dog was limping.
–noun
15. (used with a plural verb) poor persons collectively (usually prec. by the): sympathy for the poor.
16. poor as a church mouse, extremely poor.
17. poor as Job's turkey, extremely poor; impoverished.
poor
adj.   poor·er, poor·est
  1. Having little or no wealth and few or no possessions.

  2. Lacking in a specified resource or quality: an area poor in timber and coal; a diet poor in calcium.

  3. Not adequate in quality; inferior: a poor performance.

    1. Lacking in value; insufficient: poor wages.

    2. Lacking in quantity: poor attendance.

  4. Lacking fertility: poor soil.

  5. Undernourished; lean.

  6. Humble: a poor spirit.

  7. Eliciting or deserving pity; pitiable: couldn't rescue the poor fellow.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

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poor?
–adjective
1. having little or no money, goods, or other means of support: a poor family living on welfare.
2. Law. dependent upon charity or public support.
3. (of a country, institution, etc.) meagerly supplied or endowed with resources or funds.
4. characterized by or showing poverty.
5. deficient or lacking in something specified: a region poor in mineral deposits.
6. faulty or inferior, as in construction: poor workmanship.
7. deficient in desirable ingredients, qualities, or the like: poor soil.
8. excessively lean or emaciated, as cattle.
9. of an inferior, inadequate, or unsatisfactory kind: poor health.
10. lacking in skill, ability, or training: a poor cook.
11. deficient in moral excellence; cowardly, abject, or mean.
12. scanty, meager, or paltry in amount or number: a poor audience.
13. humble; modest: They shared their poor meal with a stranger.
14. unfortunate; hapless: The poor dog was limping.
–noun
15. (used with a plural verb) poor persons collectively (usually prec. by the): sympathy for the poor.
16. poor as a church mouse, extremely poor.
17. poor as Job's turkey, extremely poor; impoverished.
poor
adj.   poor·er, poor·est
  1. Having little or no wealth and few or no possessions.

  2. Lacking in a specified resource or quality: an area poor in timber and coal; a diet poor in calcium.

  3. Not adequate in quality; inferior: a poor performance.

    1. Lacking in value; insufficient: poor wages.

    2. Lacking in quantity: poor attendance.

  4. Lacking fertility: poor soil.

  5. Undernourished; lean.

  6. Humble: a poor spirit.

  7. Eliciting or deserving pity; pitiable: couldn't rescue the poor fellow.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:
poor?
–adjective
1. having little or no money, goods, or other means of support: a poor family living on welfare.
2. Law. dependent upon charity or public support.
3. (of a country, institution, etc.) meagerly supplied or endowed with resources or funds.
4. characterized by or showing poverty.
5. deficient or lacking in something specified: a region poor in mineral deposits.
6. faulty or inferior, as in construction: poor workmanship.
7. deficient in desirable ingredients, qualities, or the like: poor soil.
8. excessively lean or emaciated, as cattle.
9. of an inferior, inadequate, or unsatisfactory kind: poor health.
10. lacking in skill, ability, or training: a poor cook.
11. deficient in moral excellence; cowardly, abject, or mean.
12. scanty, meager, or paltry in amount or number: a poor audience.
13. humble; modest: They shared their poor meal with a stranger.
14. unfortunate; hapless: The poor dog was limping.
–noun
15. (used with a plural verb) poor persons collectively (usually prec. by the): sympathy for the poor.
16. poor as a church mouse, extremely poor.
17. poor as Job's turkey, extremely poor; impoverished.
poor
adj.   poor·er, poor·est
  1. Having little or no wealth and few or no possessions.

  2. Lacking in a specified resource or quality: an area poor in timber and coal; a diet poor in calcium.

  3. Not adequate in quality; inferior: a poor performance.

    1. Lacking in value; insufficient: poor wages.

    2. Lacking in quantity: poor attendance.

  4. Lacking fertility: poor soil.

  5. Undernourished; lean.

  6. Humble: a poor spirit.

  7. Eliciting or deserving pity; pitiable: couldn't rescue the poor fellow.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:
poor?
–adjective
1. having little or no money, goods, or other means of support: a poor family living on welfare.
2. Law. dependent upon charity or public support.
3. (of a country, institution, etc.) meagerly supplied or endowed with resources or funds.
4. characterized by or showing poverty.
5. deficient or lacking in something specified: a region poor in mineral deposits.
6. faulty or inferior, as in construction: poor workmanship.
7. deficient in desirable ingredients, qualities, or the like: poor soil.
8. excessively lean or emaciated, as cattle.
9. of an inferior, inadequate, or unsatisfactory kind: poor health.
10. lacking in skill, ability, or training: a poor cook.
11. deficient in moral excellence; cowardly, abject, or mean.
12. scanty, meager, or paltry in amount or number: a poor audience.
13. humble; modest: They shared their poor meal with a stranger.
14. unfortunate; hapless: The poor dog was limping.
–noun
15. (used with a plural verb) poor persons collectively (usually prec. by the): sympathy for the poor.
16. poor as a church mouse, extremely poor.
17. poor as Job's turkey, extremely poor; impoverished.
poor
adj.   poor·er, poor·est
  1. Having little or no wealth and few or no possessions.

  2. Lacking in a specified resource or quality: an area poor in timber and coal; a diet poor in calcium.

  3. Not adequate in quality; inferior: a poor performance.

    1. Lacking in value; insufficient: poor wages.

    2. Lacking in quantity: poor attendance.

  4. Lacking fertility: poor soil.

  5. Undernourished; lean.

  6. Humble: a poor spirit.

  7. Eliciting or deserving pity; pitiable: couldn't rescue the poor fellow.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:
poor?
–adjective
1. having little or no money, goods, or other means of support: a poor family living on welfare.
2. Law. dependent upon charity or public support.
3. (of a country, institution, etc.) meagerly supplied or endowed with resources or funds.
4. characterized by or showing poverty.
5. deficient or lacking in something specified: a region poor in mineral deposits.
6. faulty or inferior, as in construction: poor workmanship.
7. deficient in desirable ingredients, qualities, or the like: poor soil.
8. excessively lean or emaciated, as cattle.
9. of an inferior, inadequate, or unsatisfactory kind: poor health.
10. lacking in skill, ability, or training: a poor cook.
11. deficient in moral excellence; cowardly, abject, or mean.
12. scanty, meager, or paltry in amount or number: a poor audience.
13. humble; modest: They shared their poor meal with a stranger.
14. unfortunate; hapless: The poor dog was limping.
–noun
15. (used with a plural verb) poor persons collectively (usually prec. by the): sympathy for the poor.
16. poor as a church mouse, extremely poor.
17. poor as Job's turkey, extremely poor; impoverished.
poor
adj.   poor·er, poor·est
  1. Having little or no wealth and few or no possessions.

  2. Lacking in a specified resource or quality: an area poor in timber and coal; a diet poor in calcium.

  3. Not adequate in quality; inferior: a poor performance.

    1. Lacking in value; insufficient: poor wages.

    2. Lacking in quantity: poor attendance.

  4. Lacking fertility: poor soil.

  5. Undernourished; lean.

  6. Humble: a poor spirit.

  7. Eliciting or deserving pity; pitiable: couldn't rescue the poor fellow.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:
poor?
–adjective
1. having little or no money, goods, or other means of support: a poor family living on welfare.
2. Law. dependent upon charity or public support.
3. (of a country, institution, etc.) meagerly supplied or endowed with resources or funds.
4. characterized by or showing poverty.
5. deficient or lacking in something specified: a region poor in mineral deposits.
6. faulty or inferior, as in construction: poor workmanship.
7. deficient in desirable ingredients, qualities, or the like: poor soil.
8. excessively lean or emaciated, as cattle.
9. of an inferior, inadequate, or unsatisfactory kind: poor health.
10. lacking in skill, ability, or training: a poor cook.
11. deficient in moral excellence; cowardly, abject, or mean.
12. scanty, meager, or paltry in amount or number: a poor audience.
13. humble; modest: They shared their poor meal with a stranger.
14. unfortunate; hapless: The poor dog was limping.
–noun
15. (used with a plural verb) poor persons collectively (usually prec. by the): sympathy for the poor.
16. poor as a church mouse, extremely poor.
17. poor as Job's turkey, extremely poor; impoverished.
poor
adj.   poor·er, poor·est
  1. Having little or no wealth and few or no possessions.

  2. Lacking in a specified resource or quality: an area poor in timber and coal; a diet poor in calcium.

  3. Not adequate in quality; inferior: a poor performance.

    1. Lacking in value; insufficient: poor wages.

    2. Lacking in quantity: poor attendance.

  4. Lacking fertility: poor soil.

  5. Undernourished; lean.

  6. Humble: a poor spirit.

  7. Eliciting or deserving pity; pitiable: couldn't rescue the poor fellow.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:
poor?
–adjective
1. having little or no money, goods, or other means of support: a poor family living on welfare.
2. Law. dependent upon charity or public support.
3. (of a country, institution, etc.) meagerly supplied or endowed with resources or funds.
4. characterized by or showing poverty.
5. deficient or lacking in something specified: a region poor in mineral deposits.
6. faulty or inferior, as in construction: poor workmanship.
7. deficient in desirable ingredients, qualities, or the like: poor soil.
8. excessively lean or emaciated, as cattle.
9. of an inferior, inadequate, or unsatisfactory kind: poor health.
10. lacking in skill, ability, or training: a poor cook.
11. deficient in moral excellence; cowardly, abject, or mean.
12. scanty, meager, or paltry in amount or number: a poor audience.
13. humble; modest: They shared their poor meal with a stranger.
14. unfortunate; hapless: The poor dog was limping.
–noun
15. (used with a plural verb) poor persons collectively (usually prec. by the): sympathy for the poor.
16. poor as a church mouse, extremely poor.
17. poor as Job's turkey, extremely poor; impoverished.
poor
adj.   poor·er, poor·est
  1. Having little or no wealth and few or no possessions.

  2. Lacking in a specified resource or quality: an area poor in timber and coal; a diet poor in calcium.

  3. Not adequate in quality; inferior: a poor performance.

    1. Lacking in value; insufficient: poor wages.

    2. Lacking in quantity: poor attendance.

  4. Lacking fertility: poor soil.

  5. Undernourished; lean.

  6. Humble: a poor spirit.

  7. Eliciting or deserving pity; pitiable: couldn't rescue the poor fellow.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:
poor?
–adjective
1. having little or no money, goods, or other means of support: a poor family living on welfare.
2. Law. dependent upon charity or public support.
3. (of a country, institution, etc.) meagerly supplied or endowed with resources or funds.
4. characterized by or showing poverty.
5. deficient or lacking in something specified: a region poor in mineral deposits.
6. faulty or inferior, as in construction: poor workmanship.
7. deficient in desirable ingredients, qualities, or the like: poor soil.
8. excessively lean or emaciated, as cattle.
9. of an inferior, inadequate, or unsatisfactory kind: poor health.
10. lacking in skill, ability, or training: a poor cook.
11. deficient in moral excellence; cowardly, abject, or mean.
12. scanty, meager, or paltry in amount or number: a poor audience.
13. humble; modest: They shared their poor meal with a stranger.
14. unfortunate; hapless: The poor dog was limping.
–noun
15. (used with a plural verb) poor persons collectively (usually prec. by the): sympathy for the poor.
16. poor as a church mouse, extremely poor.
17. poor as Job's turkey, extremely poor; impoverished.
poor
adj.   poor·er, poor·est
  1. Having little or no wealth and few or no possessions.

  2. Lacking in a specified resource or quality: an area poor in timber and coal; a diet poor in calcium.

  3. Not adequate in quality; inferior: a poor performance.

    1. Lacking in value; insufficient: poor wages.

    2. Lacking in quantity: poor attendance.

  4. Lacking fertility: poor soil.

  5. Undernourished; lean.

  6. Humble: a poor spirit.

  7. Eliciting or deserving pity; pitiable: couldn't rescue the poor fellow.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:
poor?
–adjective
1. having little or no money, goods, or other means of support: a poor family living on welfare.
2. Law. dependent upon charity or public support.
3. (of a country, institution, etc.) meagerly supplied or endowed with resources or funds.
4. characterized by or showing poverty.
5. deficient or lacking in something specified: a region poor in mineral deposits.
6. faulty or inferior, as in construction: poor workmanship.
7. deficient in desirable ingredients, qualities, or the like: poor soil.
8. excessively lean or emaciated, as cattle.
9. of an inferior, inadequate, or unsatisfactory kind: poor health.
10. lacking in skill, ability, or training: a poor cook.
11. deficient in moral excellence; cowardly, abject, or mean.
12. scanty, meager, or paltry in amount or number: a poor audience.
13. humble; modest: They shared their poor meal with a stranger.
14. unfortunate; hapless: The poor dog was limping.
–noun
15. (used with a plural verb) poor persons collectively (usually prec. by the): sympathy for the poor.
16. poor as a church mouse, extremely poor.
17. poor as Job's turkey, extremely poor; impoverished.
poor
adj.   poor·er, poor·est
  1. Having little or no wealth and few or no possessions.

  2. Lacking in a specified resource or quality: an area poor in timber and coal; a diet poor in calcium.

  3. Not adequate in quality; inferior: a poor performance.

    1. Lacking in value; insufficient: poor wages.

    2. Lacking in quantity: poor attendance.

  4. Lacking fertility: poor soil.

  5. Undernourished; lean.

  6. Humble: a poor spirit.

  7. Eliciting or deserving pity; pitiable: couldn't rescue the poor fellow.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:
poor?
–adjective
1. having little or no money, goods, or other means of support: a poor family living on welfare.
2. Law. dependent upon charity or public support.
3. (of a country, institution, etc.) meagerly supplied or endowed with resources or funds.
4. characterized by or showing poverty.
5. deficient or lacking in something specified: a region poor in mineral deposits.
6. faulty or inferior, as in construction: poor workmanship.
7. deficient in desirable ingredients, qualities, or the like: poor soil.
8. excessively lean or emaciated, as cattle.
9. of an inferior, inadequate, or unsatisfactory kind: poor health.
10. lacking in skill, ability, or training: a poor cook.
11. deficient in moral excellence; cowardly, abject, or mean.
12. scanty, meager, or paltry in amount or number: a poor audience.
13. humble; modest: They shared their poor meal with a stranger.
14. unfortunate; hapless: The poor dog was limping.
–noun
15. (used with a plural verb) poor persons collectively (usually prec. by the): sympathy for the poor.
16. poor as a church mouse, extremely poor.
17. poor as Job's turkey, extremely poor; impoverished.
poor
adj.   poor·er, poor·est
  1. Having little or no wealth and few or no possessions.

  2. Lacking in a specified resource or quality: an area poor in timber and coal; a diet poor in calcium.

  3. Not adequate in quality; inferior: a poor performance.

    1. Lacking in value; insufficient: poor wages.

    2. Lacking in quantity: poor attendance.

  4. Lacking fertility: poor soil.

  5. Undernourished; lean.

  6. Humble: a poor spirit.

  7. Eliciting or deserving pity; pitiable: couldn't rescue the poor fellow.

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary