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homeless

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhomelesshome‧less /ˈhəʊmləs $ ˈhoʊm-/ ●●○ adjective  1 HOMEwithout a home Thousands of people have been made homeless.2 the homelesshomelessness noun [uncountable]
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homelessThe earthquake left thousands of people homeless.What value is our own home if we can not feel for those who are homeless?One family has been left homeless.Thousands of slum-dwellers were killed, and an estimated 100,000 people were made homeless.Just a few years ago, Tanya was homeless and begging for money in front of a supermarket in New York City.Pleas that the couple and their two young children will be homeless and facing financial ruin have fallen on deaf ears.It was written, edited, illustrated and compiled by homeless and formerly homeless people in San Francisco.The possibility that he might become homeless frightened him.San Antonio and Seattle were among the 60 percent of cities reporting the length of time people are homeless increased in 1996.There is a system of shelters for homeless people.Without proper treatment and support, many end up homeless, unemployed for long periods, and cut off from their families.made homelessAs a result of the floods, the worst since 1900, six people died and thousands were made homeless.Thousands of slum-dwellers were killed, and an estimated 100,000 people were made homeless.Up to 80,000 people of the town's population of 145,000 were made homeless.Violence victims face homelessness Social workers need more training in housing legislation to protect victims of domestic violence being made homeless.Some twenty two thousand have been made homeless, and they still face constant danger.On the street.Baby made homeless in row over housing benefit.Thirteen families were made homeless in the early hours of that morning.She moved into another of Dawn's houses after she was made homeless with four children.
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