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unendowed

(ˌʌnɪnˈdaʊd)
adj
not endowed or provided (with something)
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Adj.1.unendowed - not equipped or providedunendowed - not equipped or provided; "unendowed with genius"- J.L.Lowes
endowed - provided or supplied or equipped with (especially as by inheritance or nature); "a well-endowed college"; "endowed with good eyesight"; "endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights"
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Unendowed with wealth or pity, Little birds with scarlet legs, Sitting on their speckled eggs, Eye each flu-infested city.
As John Locke put it in The Reasonableness of Christianity, "the philosophers showed the beauty of virtue" but "left her unendowed" so that "few were willing to espouse her" until "the immortal weight of glory" that was the Incarnation made free virtue manifest and created a civilization.
Just as my friends' "shoebox" bank was conjoined to a "homeless kibbutz," so will postliberals' and others'--including my own--efforts to "rebank" the un-banked and under-banked have to be integrated with re-employing and re-endowing the unemployed and underemployed and the unendowed and underendowed.
Scott Fitzgerald (possibly the only novelist in history to be posthumously ridiculed by a Nobel Prize winner for being unendowed) is returning to the silver screen.
When Anthony West panned "Augie March" in The New Yorker, Bellow sent an enraged response to the magazine's fiction editor, Katharine White, that cited West's "turbulence, thoughtlessness and pedantry." In 1969, he commiserated with Roth about "the so-called fabricators" ready to "grind everything to rubble," unendowed with the "ingenuous, possibly childish love of literature" that Bellow and Roth shared.