In dramatic lore their names are Death, Destruction, Pestilence, and famine.
famine will stalk the land and as many as seven million people will confront extreme food insecurity—in short, starvation.
The children in these photos are now inside the camp, where 15,000 kids under her care are at risk of famine.
Sections of the southern part of the country have been gripped by a famine that has already killed an estimated 29,000 children.
At other times, North Korea might want aid economic and food concessions, especially during periods of hardship and famine.
And there was a famine in the land: and Abram went down into Egypt to sojourn there; for the famine was grievous in the land.
Some war, some plague, or famine they foresee, Some revelation hid from you and me.
But there is yet another thing connected with the famine advances, which is very likely to mislead.
In such pressing danger of famine and the dissolution of the army, mutiny appeared almost inevitable.
And if here we chose to perish by suicide or natural death—and famine is a natural death—what eye would ever look on our bones?
mid-14c., from Old French famine "hunger" (12c.), from Vulgar Latin *famina, from Latin fames "hunger, starvation, famine," of unknown origin.