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which of the following words is applied to people who live on very little money, but who are not victims of abject poverty? a. penury b. indigence c. destitution d. affluence
B. INDIGENCE is a word applied to people who live on very little money, but who are not victims of abject poverty.
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User: which of the following words is applied to people who live on very little money, but who are not victims of abject poverty? a. penury b. indigence c. destitution d. affluence

Weegy: B. INDIGENCE is a word applied to people who live on very little money, but who are not victims of abject poverty.
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User: which pair of words are synonyms? a. ephemeral-evanescent b. euphonic-conspicuous c. bromide-anodyne d. indigence-opulence

Weegy: Ephemeral and evanescent are synonyms.
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User: a 'hook' is a technique generally used in the of an essay? a. main body b. thesis statement c. conclusion d. introduction

Weegy: A 'hook' is a technique generally used in the d. introduction of an essay.
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