Impecuniosity

Im`pe·cu`ni·os'i·ty noun The state of being impecunious. Thackeray. Sir W. Scott.
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Impecuniosity

• (n.) The state of being impecunious.
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impecuniosity

impecuniously, impecuniousness, impecuniosity 1. Descriptive words for people having little or no money. 2. A reference to those who are penniless and poor.
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