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Things beggar often describes (“beggar ________”)
woman, neighbor, man, maid, boy, girl, ticks, neighbour, women, boys, description, child, wife, men, children, lice, folk, king, brat, monk, maids, tick, girls, myneighbour, fear, student, poet, monks, petitionist, wench, thyneighbor, students, myneighbor, clan, weed, priests, priest, witch, marriages, philosopher, endearments, nation, soldier, songs, prince, princess, brother, cloak, hall, lore, husband, spies, laddie, craft, dance, bag, politicians, spouse, piquet, nuisance, song, gods, thief, guest, philosophers, masters, bowls, singers, musicians, raise, fowl, horseback, banker, kings, actor, friars, carle, ditty, hash, painter, motif, bowl, hermit

Descriptive words:
blind, poor, old, little, lame, sturdy, professional, young, common, ragged, poorest, wretched, miserable, naked, aged, dirty, lucky, crippled, hungry, meanest, lazy, importunate, homeless, mere, irish, female, remembered, ordinary, penniless, filthy, mad, legless, drunken, impudent, voluntary, idle, ugly, minded, lean, italian, successful, proud, leprous, tattered, bold, headed, humble, legged, sick, unfortunate, holy, dead, looking, crazy, jolly, lowest, persistent, spanish, street, itinerant, needy, shameless, destitute, silly, false, veriest, pitiful, cheeky, helpless, insolent, unknown, eyed, ignorant

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Book See beggar used in context: 12 rhymes, 44 Shakespeare works, 1 Mother Goose rhyme, several books and articles.

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