So, when Juan Carlos was put on the throne by Franco, he was said to be stone broke.
A stone broke it near the guard; the Samnite was killed and the flood of Carthaginians closed in, they touched Matho.
My financial state was described by a friend as 'stone broke.'
Another blow and the great rock shivered; a block of stone broke away.
My financial state was described by a friend as "stone broke."
He said he was stone broke, that he didn't have the price for a ten-cent lodging house, and he give me a touch.
As usual, were just about stone broke; the Baseball Association, I mean.
Soon the crack of iron-shod hoofs on stone broke the silence.
As fast as she put her foot on a ledge of the rock the stone broke away from under her, and left her in the same place as before.
Directly a stone broke loose from a side of the gully and went pounding down to the rocky bottom.
Penniless; impoverished: the money that is made out of stone-broke tramps (1886+)