Impecuniosity

Part of speech: noun

Want of money; poverty.

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Usage examples "impecuniosity":

  1. He pushed to enter the roaring circle, which the demand for an entrance- fee warned him was a privilege, and he stammered, and forgot the gentlemanly coolness commonly distinguishing him, under one of the acuter twinges of his veteran complaint of impecuniosity. - "The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith", George Meredith.
  2. It is curious to notice how his impecuniosity reduced him to regard every goal of his ambition as having merely a cash value. - "Balzac", Frederick Lawton.
  3. Harrison, in addition to his impecuniosity, had other peculiarities of which vanity was not the least. - "Watch Yourself Go By", Al. G. Field.