use dearth in a sentence.
Need to look up what "dearth" means.
Not least due to her dearth of writing ability.
My problem is not a dearth of maths books, it's a dearth in effort of reading the ones I have.
Does anyone else get an "advertisement" vibe from the dearth of content in the article?
I'm always surprised by the relative dearth of smart-ass comments on this site.
It makes practical sense given the dearth of living space in japan.
There may actually be a dearth of reports on "So and so got adequate care".
The dearth of women in software development and the preponderance of women in biotechnology are probably not unrelated phenomena.
This issue isn't limited to entrepreneurship; there's a dearth of women who study computer science in school.
Without robber-barons, we would have a dearth of philanthropists.
OmmWriter is on Windows too, and is especially great there since there's a dearth of plain writing apps on PCs.
IMO the games industry has a dearth of open source activity, and I'm thankful to you for moving it forward.
The Mythical Man Month is an IT management classic that's worth its time, though I can't say that I've read a dearth of management books.
I'm not sure why you're getting downvoted - there is a terrible dearth of women both in the field and in academia.
Given the dearth of IPOs I'd say private investors are the only place a bubble could be by definition.
I don't think the quote is about one-failure-and-done entrepreneurs, I think it's about the dearth of one-success-and-done entrepreneurs
There isn't exactly a dearth of charlatans in the world.
The same kind of logic would lead us to believe that the dearth of men in nursing is a result of sexism against men.