This affair was pompously announced in all the newspapers while I was nearly reduced to beggary.
So must we all, each in his job, if life isn't to turn to beggary.
The fair-seeming bubble burst, and the rich man of one day found himself on the morrow virtually reduced to beggary.
Fragonard, who had been the darling of his age, died in neglect and beggary.
Over a thousand lives were lost, nearly as many persons were crippled, and three thousand were in a few hours reduced to beggary.
With all its wisdom, will it not be reduced to beggary and starvation?
He has gart me wise it awa to Charlie, and well hae nathing as lang as Kilmarkeckle lives, but scant and want and beggary.
But that was no distinction in Yuchovitch; the whole village was poor almost to beggary.
She stood silent with a pitying face, and believed in all the pretences of beggary which Lucy saw through by natural insight.
That story about my being rescued from beggary is the vision of a diseased brain.