OTHER WORDS FOR impoverish
Origin of impoverish
OTHER WORDS FROM impoverishim·pov·er·ish·er, nounim·pov·er·ish·ment, noun
How to use impoverish in a sentence
Just a gradual, bearable, steady impoverishment in a world where savings linked to the value of paper money languish.
In the Gaza Strip, the degree of impoverishment and human suffering is dispiriting.
There are frequent complaints of the “impoverishment” of the companies through the indiscriminate admittance of “foreigners.”The Influence and Development of English Gilds|Francis Aiden Hibbert
With lack of employment and with impoverishment, debt and discontent appeared as the visible evidences of the bad condition.The Scandinavian Element in the United States|Kendric Charles Babcock
The impoverishment of nobles by the Crusades laid the foundation of this middle class, at least in large towns.Beacon Lights of History, Volume V|John Lord
It has been said that “it was in the 15th century that the great impoverishment of the crown estate began.”
At least that could be assumed to be the reason for McAllen's impoverishment, which was a matter Barney had established.Gone Fishing|James H. Schmitz