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hand to mouth June 25, 2011

Posted by vocabulry in Uncategorized.

Having or providing only the bare essentials

Unemployed, the man lives from hand to mouth, and the chipped soles of his shoes and threadbare shirts are indications of his impecunious state. In the Ibo-nation, marriage is a cultural imperative, and aging spinsters and old bachelors are believed to …




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