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Difference between Indigenous, Indigent, Indignant and Indignity

Indigenous means native.

  • Indigenous cultures can often contribute to medical discoveries.

Indigent means in need of money, impoverished, or poor.

  • The government provides medical care for indigent families.

Indignant means angry.

  • A full and detailed explanation backs Phil’s indignant denial.

Indignity refers to offending a person’s dignity or self-respect.

  • The hunger in the world is an indignity to mankind.