Destitute and Loaded


Destitute adjective - Utterly lacking in something needed, wanted, or expected.
Usage example: a lingering drought and a sky destitute of rain clouds

Loaded is an antonym for destitute.

Nearby Words: destitution, destituted


Loaded adjective - Having goods, property, or money in abundance.
Usage example: the guy in the fancy foreign sports car obviously was loaded

Destitute is an antonym for loaded.

Nearby Words: load, loading, loader, loadable

Both words in one sentence

  • The most obvious example is Mint, whose scheming makes use of her odd pint-size cuteness for fraud — she once claimed that she and Vanilla were destitute and suicidal to get money out of a semi driver, despite her already being loaded.
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Loaded or Destitute. 2016. Accessed June 05, 2023.
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