Definition of stone broke in English:

stone broke

adjective

North american
informal
  • Entirely without money.

    • ‘By the end of the day, her claim on him elapses so he can marry the wealthy Baroness rather than the stone-broke Princess.’
    • ‘It was 1974 and I was working with two other dancers, but was stone-broke.’
    • ‘After Johnny has been killed and the stone-broke woman takes off with her ostracisable daughter for an uncertain future, they stagger drunkenly into the empty apartment, the creditors having removed the furniture.’
    • ‘He gave it to me - a stone-broke stranger - with instructions about how to put the money into his account when I got back to the capital, Jayapura.’
    poor, indigent, impoverished, penurious, impecunious, in penury, moneyless, without a sou, as poor as a church mouse, poverty-stricken, destitute, necessitous
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Pronunciation:

stone broke

/ˈstōn ˈbrōk/