KJV Dictionary Definition: destitute
DESTITUTE, a. L. To set. Literally, set from or away.
1. Not having or possessing; wanting; as destitute of virtue, or of peity; destitute of food and clothing. It differs from deprived, as it does not necessarily imply previous possession.
2. Needy; abject; comfortless; friendless.
He will regard the prayer of the destitute. Ps. 102.
DESTITUTE, n. One who is without friends or comfort.
1. To forsake.
2. To deprive.
DESTITUTION, n. Want; absence of a thing; a state in which something is wanted or not possessed; poverty.