ill-provided

See: devoid
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Your home will scarce be comfortable, Ilbrahim, this cold autumn night, and I fear you are ill-provided with food.
Did Henry's income depend solely on this living, he would not be ill-provided for.
The road was a flinty road in the chalk country, and ill-provided with sand.
I leave them very ill-provided for, but feel that the country ought not to neglect them.
1%, suitable dwelling - 0,5%, ill-provided - 0,6%, while rent of decent housing remained unchanged.
Truly his left hand never knew what his right hand was doing (the downside was that when he died he left my mother ill-provided for).