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Down-And-Out

Pronunciation of Down-And-Out
/dˌa͡ʊnandˈa͡ʊt/, /dˌa‍ʊnandˈa‍ʊt/, /d_ˌaʊ_n_a_n_d_ˈaʊ_t/

Antonyms for down-and-out:

successful.

Synonyms for down-and-out:

Sense 1

flotsam, vagrant, gypsy, bag lady, down-and-outer, stateless, necessitous, Swagman, Street People.

Sense 2

broke, needy, impecunious, indigent, Strapped, transient, waif, derelict.

Sense 4

bum.

Sense 5

beggar.

discredited

disgraced.

Other synonyms and related words:

infirm, Strapped, famished, gypsy, skint, feeble, Swagman, down-and-outer, necessitous, impecunious, needy, wasted, Beggared, dirt-poor, hard up, bum, needful, vagrant, derelict, weak, debilitated, flotsam, soft, unsuccessful, faint, beggar, frail, indigent, prostrate, effete, slight, Pauperized, broke, enfeebled, wimpish, wimpy, asthenic, unsubstantial, delicate, low.

destitute (adjective)

broke, impoverished, derelict, needy, penniless, vagrant, Beggared, bankrupt, poverty-stricken, destitute.

needy (adjective)

Beggared.

poor (adjective)

have-not, embarrassed, destitute, hand-to-mouth, necessitous, distressed, shabby, homeless, scruffy, bankrupt, squalid, dilapidated, poor, poverty-stricken, pauper, penniless, penurious, busted, beggarly, bereft, impoverished.

Sense 1 (noun)

stateless, derelict, flotsam, gypsy, bag lady, Street People, bum.

down-and-out (noun)

unsuccessful.

poor person (noun)

down-and-outer.

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