Badly-off sentence example

badly-off
  • (46th Div.), and the weakest position of all was that held by the right of the 46th Div., who were clinging to the slopes of Mrzli Vrh, completely dominated by the enemy, and badly off for communications with their neighbours.
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  • The Ulster peasants were never as badly off as those of the south and west.
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  • On that island there are considerable and beautiful streams, but the others generally are badly off for fresh surface water.
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  • The children are badly off at school; there is no appointed teacher - an old well-informed collier gives lessons to young ones.
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