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impecuniousness

Definitions

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  • noun The property of being impecunious.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun a state of lacking money

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Examples

  • The remaining cause of diocesan impecuniousness is put down to a “loss of investment income”.

    The Diocese of Niagara: Passion for Justice and appeal for $750,000 « Anglican Samizdat

  • He felt as if all the years of hard work in London had come to nought, angry that I had somehow misrepresented my financial position and that I seemed bent on continuing to write even though it meant impecuniousness for us as a family.

    a better woman

  • He felt as if all the years of hard work in London had come to nought, angry that I had somehow misrepresented my financial position and that I seemed bent on continuing to write even though it meant impecuniousness for us as a family.

    a better woman

  • He felt as if all the years of hard work in London had come to nought, angry that I had somehow misrepresented my financial position and that I seemed bent on continuing to write even though it meant impecuniousness for us as a family.

    a better woman

  • This brought up the matter of their Malderpot-induced impecuniousness.

    The Day of the Dissonance

  • This brought up the matter of their Malderpot-induced impecuniousness.

    The Day of the Dissonance

  • She liked him the better for a rugged independence, which in the days of his impecuniousness her brother

    The Adventures of Sally

  • There was reason for believing that David's stolid silence regarding his own concerns concealed a general impecuniousness quite as pronounced as that of the artist friends whose cause he pleaded.

    War-time Silhouettes

  • For there was no love lost between Church and Chapel in Trover, and the rector's flock had long been fortified in their power of 'parting' by fear lest 'Chapel' (also present that day in court) should mock at his impecuniousness.

    Tatterdemalion

  • At last when attempts were made to elect to Parliament an Irish lawyer who added to his impecuniousness, eloquence, a half-finished University education, and an Orangeman's prejudices of the best brand of Belfast or Derry, inter-civic strife took the form of physical violence.

    The World for Sale, Complete

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