Use Impecunious in a sentence
Meaning: [adjective] having no money;
Tim is an impecunious student and had difficulties in paying the fees and his tailor’s bills.
He was a gifted but impecunious painter and his paintings worth million dollars now.
For an impecunious woman of twenty-nine, that kind of rich life is even unimaginable.
He died as an impecunious man in 1878, despite having held several other jobs.
An impecunious man falls in love with a much richer woman who is already engaged.
Your mother, he gave me to understand, came from a respectable if impecunious family.
I had met her in the Tibetan Colony, where impecunious foreigners like myself ate delicious messes that sometimes made us sick.