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. ""