beggar (v.) Old form(s): begger'd
reduce to beggary, impoverish, make destitute
MV II.vi.19[Gratiano to Salerio, of a ship returning] Lean, rent, and beggared by the strumpet wind
R3 I.iv.142[Second Murderer to First Murderer, of conscience] It beggars any man that keeps it
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