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Definition of Dearth

Dearth

  1. Scarcity which renders dear; want; lack; specifically, lack of food on account of failure of crops; famine.

Dearth Quotations

There's no dearth of kindness in this world of ours; Only in our blindness we gather thorns for flowers.
Grantland Rice

At the same time, much of it seems to have to do with recreating things we or others had already done; it seems rather derivative intellectually; is there a dearth of really new ideas?
Dennis Ritchie

For the division of labor demands from the individual an ever more one-sided accomplishment, and the greatest advance in a one-sided pursuit only too frequently means dearth to the personality of the individual.
Georg Simmel

From the time I entered the industry, I have always been clear about certain things - no short clothes, no kissing, no bikinis. Nobody comes to me with such roles. And I have no dearth of work.
Sonakshi Sinha

There's no dearth of kindness In the world of ours; Only in our blindness We gather thorns for flowers.
Gerald Massey
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Dearth Translations

dearth in Italian is difetto
dearth in Swedish is brist