down-and-outer


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down-and-out

or down and out (doun′ənd-out′, -ən-)
adj.
1. Lacking funds, resources, or prospects.
2. Incapacitated; prostrate.
n. also down-and-out·er (-ou′tər)
One who is down-and-out.
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down-and-outer

noun
An impoverished person: