impecuniousness


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Noun1.impecuniousness - a state of lacking money
impoverishment, poorness, poverty - the state of having little or no money and few or no material possessions
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impecuniousness

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The cumulative effect of these provisions is that persons deemed to be DFNs are cut off from their families for up to seven years, and possibly even longer, given that impecuniousness could preclude immediate travel.
Impecuniousness was a characteristic Leigh Hunt held in common with other survivors of the Pisan circle.
"These levels of restitution reflect our members' consciousness of the State's impecuniousness, and represent a significant haircut on recent awards made by the courts over the wrongful performance of symphysiotomy."