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  • adv. In an impecunious manner.


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  • Zack and Miri, played by Seth Rogen and Elizabeth Banks, are friends since high school and roommates living not only platonically but impecuniously; the lights and water have just been turned off.

    Taut, Horrific 'Splinter' Gets Under the Skin

  • Thus practically taught to understand the political genius of a Republic, which, as gloriously contrasted with any effete monarchy ruled by a Peerage, looks for its own governing class to the Steerage, Mr. WILLIAM ADAMS subsided impecuniously into plain BILL

    Punchinello, Volume 1, No. 16, July 16, 1870

  • In remoter times, when he had wandered impecuniously from one adventure to another, sponging without hesitancy upon such wealthy people as his chatter amused, there had always been exquisite girls to make love to -- such girls as the younger generation did not produce -- and the ever-present problem of whence was to come the fares for to-morrow's hansoms, in which the younger generation did not ride.

    The Cream of the Jest: A Comedy of Evasions


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