impecuniosity

[ im-pi-kyoo-nee-uhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF impecuniosity

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Harrison, in addition to his impecuniosity, had other peculiarities of which vanity was not the least.

When last met, you suffered from the impecuniosity of a churched mouse.

Nevertheless, this was also the special age of alchemists and of impecuniosity.

Mr. Osborne had had thirty years' experience with the impecuniosity of authors.

It is a lamentable fact that impecuniosity is the common lot of the class.

Of the two great monopolies which the impecuniosity of Charles II.

He was told too that Lady Augustus was much harassed by impecuniosity.

There was a general laugh, for Charley Mansfield was notoriously in a general state of impecuniosity.

They were certainly alike in one respect; namely, as regarded a chronic state of impecuniosity.

The reader will be apt to recall the anecdote illustrative of Sheridan's impecuniosity.

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