Origin of impecunious
Examples from the Web for impecuniosity
She evidently thought he referred to her nephew's impecuniosity; and he did, but not as she supposed.
Always suffering from impecuniosity, the Burtons were perpetually revolving schemes for increasing their income.The Life of Sir Richard Burton|Thomas Wright
It is curious to notice how his impecuniosity reduced him to regard every goal of his ambition as having merely a cash value.Balzac|Frederick Lawton
Aynesworth made his way to the inn, cursing his impecuniosity and Wingrave's brutal indifference.The Malefactor|E. Phillips Oppenheim
Impecuniosity approached him again with no vague menace; kicked him brutally out of his ostrich-like attitude.An Engagement of Convenience|Louis Zangwill
British Dictionary definitions for impecuniosity
Word Origin for impecunious
Word Origin and History for impecuniosity
"lacking in money," 1590s, from assimilated form of in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + Latin pecuniosus "rich," from pecunia "money, property" (see pecuniary). Related: Impecuniously; impecuniosity.