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impecunious (adjective), more impecunious, most impecunious
1. A reference to having little or no legal tender, and so unable to lead a comfortable life: Isaac and his family were existing in such impecunious conditions that they had to live in a tent near the forest because he could not afford to rent a house.
2. Describing a condition in which there is not enough money to pay for necessities: Jacob was an impecunious student who was attending a college and so he had to work part time in order to pay for his expenses.
Poor and without any money.
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Constantly poor and penniless.
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Living in poverty because there is no money to pay for food or a place to live. (2)