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Dearth

n.1.Scarcity which renders dear; want; lack; specifically, lack of food on account of failure of crops; famine.
There came a dearth over all the land of Egypt.
- Acts vii. 11.
He with her press'd, she faint with dearth.
- Shak.
Dearth of plot, and narrowness of imagination.
- Dryden.
Noun1.dearth - an acute insufficiency
Synonyms: famine, shortage
2.dearth - an insufficient quantity or number
Synonyms: paucity
absence, aridity, barrenness, birth control, contraception, default, defect, deficiency, dry womb, dryness, exiguity, exiguousness, family planning, famine, impotence, inadequacy, ineffectualness, infecundity, infertility, infrequency, insufficiency, meagerness, miss, need, paucity, planned parenthood, poverty, privation, rareness, rarity, scant sufficiency, scantiness, scantness, scarceness, scarcity, sparseness, sparsity, sterileness, sterility, uncommonness, unfertileness, unfruitfulness, unproductiveness, want, withered loins
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Dean Swift
Dean's stall
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Dear
Dear-bought
Dear-loved
Dearborn
Deare
dearest
Dearie
Dearling
Dearly
dearly-won
Dearn
Dearness
-- Dearth --
Dearticulate
Dearworth
Deary
Deas
Death
death adder
death angel
Death bed
Death bed or dying declarations
death bell
death benefit
death camas
death camp
death cap
death chair
death chamber
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