They were certainly alike in one respect; namely, as regarded a chronic state of impecuniosity.
Of the two great monopolies which the impecuniosity of Charles II.
Not far from the limit of impecuniosity was Edison himself, as he landed in Boston in 1868 after this wintry ordeal.
That this meeting deplores the impecuniosity which prevents the said Bennett from attending a Barber.
Personally, I am convinced that impecuniosity and loss of credit will never bring the Germans to their knees.
He was an exceedingly neat man, and his care for his clothes and person had survived two years of impecuniosity.
Such a career could not but be fruitful of the troubles, cares, dangers, and difficulties arising from impecuniosity.
impecuniosity seems to have been a chronic state with the artist and sometimes to have pressed hard upon him.
He was told too that Lady Augustus was much harassed by impecuniosity.
He was poorly paid, and often reduced to abject poverty by lack of engagements, or by the impecuniosity of managers.