- Latin impignoratus, p. pl. of impignorare to pawn. See pignoration. (Wiktionary)
“He has no lands, only the use of such as are impignorate for fines; he cannot enrich himself in the old way by marriages; thrift is the chief pillar of his future, and he knows and uses it.”
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