Parcels are seldom sent to the camp, and hitherto no philanthropic society has busied itself over the necessitous.
I then made her understand how money was the thing that was the least necessary to the necessitous.
Many of its early charters were thus obtained from necessitous kings.
So Washington in 1778 thought that "Marshall is not a necessitous man."
Its greatest and most necessitous demand was to stand apart from anything in the nature of racialism.
He became intemperate; and his intemperance made her necessitous.
Hucksters read our necessitous state and ran at heel shouting their wares.
Mr. Renaud renewed his proposal for a treat to the necessitous poor in the neighbourhood.
It is one thing barely to comply with the urgencies of the case, and to do that which in necessitous circumstances is best.
They were all men of bad habits, and urgently necessitous, but yet of decent education and family.