down-and-out down-and-out


  1. (n) a person who is destitute
  2. (adj) lacking resources (or any prospect of resources)


  1. Turning an old parking lot into a working farm not only helps reduce a city's carbon footprint but can also generate revenue for a down-and-out part of town.
  2. Just 43, he's a self-made billionaire who mixes bets on down-and-out investments with unnatural patience.
  3. Murphy sets up the comedy by giving this big idea a humble setting: the down-and-out glee club of William McKinley High School in Lima, Ohio.


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