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# Clue
1. In want
2. Undersupplied
3. Deserving of welfare
4. Those in want
5. Very poor
6. Pauperized
7. Pauperish
8. Deserving assistance
9. Like some scholarship winners
10. Not self-sufficient
11. Lacking lucre
12. Desperate for cash
13. Like a cat that follows you everywhere
14. Not well-off
15. Requiring a lot of attention
16. Starved for attention, perhaps
17. Wanting constant emotional support
18. Impovished
19. Soup-kitchen patrons
20. Like many scholarship recipients
21. Eligible for a scholarship, maybe
22. Without means
23. Unprosperous
24. Like a soup kitchen habituأ©
25. Clingy, in a way
26. Extremely poor
27. Hard up
28. Unable to make ends meet
29. Clingy, say
30. Humanitarian's concern
31. Wanting wherewithal
32. Not loaded
33. Down on one's luck
34. Disadvantaged
35. Depilation brand
36. One pole: Abbr.
37. Book between Ezra and Esther: Abbr.
38. Region of Israel: Var.
39. Star of the 1998 film version of 45-Down
40. What "-" may mean: Abbr.
41. Queen with a prominent bust
42. Liam of "Michael Collins"
43. Follower of A, B or AB, informally
44. Taken star
45. Onetime Nair alternative
46. Like rarer blood types: Abbr.
47. Abbr. in many blood type names
48. Old fruit soda brand
49. Old fruity soda
50. 'No, Hans'
51. Nazi's beginning
52. He committed matricide in A.D. 59
53. Poppaea Sabina's husband
54. Abbreviation on a car battery
55. Type of charge
56. On welfare, presumably
57. Philanthropist's concern
58. Unable to make it on one's own
59. High-maintenance, in a way
60. Dependent on charity
61. Far from loaded
62. Lacking resources
63. For I am poor and ___
64. Have-nots
65. Penurious
66. On relief
67. People helped by 20 Across
68. 1998 "Les Misأ©rables" star
69. High-maintenance
70. Destitute
71. Without a sou
72. Hardly well-off
73. Like those on welfare, presumably
74. Poverty-stricken
75. Far from affluent
76. In the poorhouse
77. On welfare, perhaps
78. Insecure
79. Stone broke
80. Impoverished, could deny including the East in it (5)
81. Down and out
82. Mendicant
83. Indigent
84. Poor
85. Impoverished
86. Strapped
87. Pinched
88. Down-and-out
89. Broke
90. Wanting
91. Dependent
92. Like a partner who constantly texts you
93. Born on the outskirts of Derby, penniless
94. Flat
95. "For I am poor and ___"
96. Algerian city
97. Always looking for something
98. Attention-seeking say
99. Attention-starved
100. Bereft of the basics
101. Care package recipients
102. Clinging say
103. Clingy
104. Clingy in a way
105. Craving attention
106. Definitely not loaded
107. Demanding
108. Demanding a lot of attention
109. Demanding much attention
110. Deprived
111. Destitute.
112. Dirt-poor
113. Eligible for a scholarship maybe
114. Eligible for food stamps
115. Eligible for food stamps say
116. Emotionally demanding
117. Far from flush
118. Far from prosperous
119. Far from rich
120. Far from wealthy
121. Far from well-off
122. Hard-up for cash
123. Hardly affluent.
124. Hardly independent
125. High-maintenance in a way
126. Humanitarian organization's targets
127. Impecunious
128. Impoverished.
129. In dire straits
130. In poverty
131. In poverty.
132. In the have-not category.
133. In the lowest possible tax bracket
134. In want.
135. Indigent.
136. Insolvent
137. Johnson of "Brief Encounter"
138. Lacking
139. Lacking the essentials
140. Lacking two nickels to rub together
141. Like a have-not
142. Like a soup kitchen habitue
143. Like charity recipients
144. Like clingy boyfriends
145. Like have-nots
146. Like someone with a high bar bat maybe
147. Like those on welfare presumably
148. Living hand-to-mouth
149. On one's uppers
150. On welfare perhaps
151. On welfare presumably
152. Partners in a bad relationship perhaps
153. Penniless
154. People living in poverty with "the"
155. Poor plus.
156. Poor.
157. Poverty stricken.
158. Requiring attention
159. Requiring constant reassurance
160. Requiring lots of attention
161. Requiring lots of reassurance
162. Sans resources
163. Starved for attention perhaps
164. Strapped for money
165. Underprivileged
166. Wanting attention
167. Wanting others' attention and approval
168. Wanting.
169. With insufficient resources
170. Without resources
171. Worthy of help
172. They're in want
173. In rags and patches
174. Not having enough
175. Nair rival
176. Hawaiian geese
177. ___-do-well
178. Poetic adverb
179. . . . and ___ the twain shall meet
180. . . . would thou hadst ___ been born ("Othello")
181. . . . ___ the twain shall meet
182. Do-well starter
183. Liam who voiced Aslan
184. Photog's image
185. Old Testament book: Abbr.
186. Like some campaign ads
187. Bum
188. Kinsey star, 2004
189. Indigenous
190. Queen of the Nile
191. -: Abbr.
192. Overturn
193. Beersheba's region
194. Classic soft drink
195. IT guy, stereotypically
196. IRA, e.g.
197. Astronaut Armstrong
198. Playwright Simon
199. Sedaka of song
200. Noted persecutor of Christians
201. Oriental soup ingredient
202. Depilatory brand
203. Battery term.
204. Not e'en once
205. Poet's contraction
206. At no time, in poetry
207. Literary adverb
208. Cad
209. Aye's opposite
210. At no time, poetically
211. Alway's antonym
212. At no time: contraction.
213. Deny.
214. Clock shaped like a ship.
215. Not e'er.
216. Poetic never.
217. Not having enough.
218. They're in want.
219. Turnip: Dial.
220. Senator Kilgore's colleague.
221. Sen. Kilgore's colleague.
222. West Virginia Senator.
223. Revercomb's colleague.
224. At no time: Poet.
225. Poetic adverb.
226. Poor, plus.
227. Poetic contraction.
228. Poet's "not once."
229. Antonym of 5 Down.
230. Turnips, in the vernacular.
231. Poor, plus
232. Poverty stricken
233. In the have-not category
234. and out
235. People helped by
236. Require your start to be poor