Larry, it looks like traveling up the royal road you slashed through the forest of penury.
Or perhaps the plague of Strawberry Quick-flavored meth that was luring children into a life of addiction and penury.
Relative obscurity and penury, her anthem claims, rule just as hard as the point-oh-oh-one percent realm of excess and access.
Here he experienced all the rigour of penury and imprisonment for seven years.
The life that passes in penury must necessarily pass in obscurity.
For Care and penury, Night changes not with the ticking of the clock, nor with the shadow on the dial.
The Admiral had in one hour been reduced from opulence to penury.
In the next act there is a scene for Fides in the streets of Mnster, in which, reduced to penury, she begs for alms.
For the badge of penury is desire, the badge of wealth contempt.
Notwithstanding her popularity and patronage, she died in France in great obscurity and penury.
c.1400, from Latin penuria "want, need; scarcity," related to paene "scarcely."