Even in straitened times, idiosyncratic literature should have its place.
Their straitened circumstances—an honorable poverty—had been a burden light, indeed, to bear.
Neglected and idle, he did not grumble; straitened and poor, he did not mope.
I found her lonely and dejected; her husband had no post, and they were living in straitened circumstances.
His word to us all is, 'Ye are not straitened in Me, ye are straitened in yourselves.'
I understand Mrs Irving is not a churchwoman, and she may be in real need, as the family is in straitened circumstances.
And an exile in straitened circumstances, one of the hardest conditions of life.
Yet she felt that she must not yield, she must go on leading her straitened, humdrum life.
We will not weary you by writing how straitened we have been.
April found them straitened for provisions, and not an Indian could be seen.