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Definition of "impecuniosity" [im•pe•cu•ni•os•i•ty]

  • The state of being impecunious; impecuniousness (noun)

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Use "impecuniosity" in a sentence
  • "Hiffernan was something of a physician, and elevated the emptiness of his purse into the dignity of a disease, which he termed impecuniosity, and against which he claimed a right to call for relief from the healthier purses of his friends."
  • "His main difficulty would be the heavy outlay; "impecuniosity" to him would represent the scurvy and potted cat of the old Arctic voyager."
  • "It simply shows our 'impecuniosity' to sit here and tell stories, when we ought to finish our meal and make room for others. ""