indigents'ɪndɪdʒənt adj. +poor enough to need help from others
needy, poor, destitute, poverty-stricken, in want, penniless, impoverished, penurious, impecunious, necessitous, Colloq (dead or flat) broke, stony-broke, hard up, short, on one's uppers, Brit skint, US strapped:
The two brothers made certain that their indigent parents were well looked after.
Advanced English Dictionary
+adjective [usually before noun] (rare, formal) very poor
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