I went back to that gruesome hostelry and wrote an article on 'impecunious Life in London.'
But we never did it—because, I think, although we were plucky, we were impecunious!
She was bonne fille even, so unmercenary as sometimes to accede good humouredly to the pleadings of an impecunious youth.
I'd not load one of them with a wild, impecunious Irishman like myself.
A gentleman by his bearing, debonair and graceful, he looks the very picture of an impecunious count.
They seemed an impecunious assemblage, gathered for mere sport.
They are dreadfully poor, and a little Mller arrives every year, but Dulcie is as happy as she is incompetent and impecunious.
We know whence they come, for they are often impecunious gentlemen, but where do they go?
After three years of stagnation the Company was as exasperated and impecunious as the settlers.
She was generous to impecunious celebrities of whom she had been told to expect success.