impecuniosity
noun see impecunious

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Impecuniosity — Im pe*cu ni*os i*ty, n. The state of being impecunious. Thackeray. Sir W. Scott. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • impecuniosity — index bankruptcy, indigence, poverty, privation Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • impecuniosity — impecunious ► ADJECTIVE ▪ having little or no money. DERIVATIVES impecuniosity noun impecuniousness noun. ORIGIN from IN (Cf. ↑in ) + Latin pecuniosus wealthy …   English terms dictionary

  • impecuniosity — See impecuniously. * * * …   Universalium

  • impecuniosity — noun The state of being impecunious; impecuniousness …   Wiktionary

  • impecuniosity — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun The condition of being extremely poor: beggary, destitution, impecuniousness, impoverishment, indigence, need, neediness, pennilessness, penuriousness, penury, poverty, privation, want. SeeRicn …   English dictionary for students

  • impecuniosity — n. lack of money, povertyim·pe·cu·ni·os·i·ty || ɪmpɪ‚kjuːnɪ É‘sÉ™tɪ / É’s …   English contemporary dictionary

  • impecuniosity — im·pe·cu·nios·i·ty …   English syllables

  • impecuniosity — ˌimpə̇ˌkyünēˈäsəd.ē, pēˌ , nˈyä , sətē, i noun ( es) : impecuniousness …   Useful english dictionary

  • impecunious — adjective Etymology: 1in + obsolete English pecunious rich, from Middle English, from Latin pecuniosus, from pecunia money more at fee Date: 1596 having very little or no money usually habitually ; penniless • impecuniosity noun • impecuniously… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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