impecunious


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not having enough money to pay for necessities

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They could no longer afford their spacious Hartford, Connecticut, home, and were staving off multiple legal actions while living a somewhat itinerant life (although Zacks points out that even at his most impecunious, Twain stayed at the nicest hotels).
Fourteen years later, Edith (Mia Wasikowska) is an aspiring author who marrie impecunious baronet Sir Thomas Sharpe (Tom Hiddleston) and moves to his crumbling ancestral home,where she stumbles upon dark secrets.
She falls under the spell of an impecunious British baronet called Sir Thomas Sharpe (Tom Hiddleston).
This scheme is efficiently serving to the impecunious strata in all the 36 districts of the province.
An impecunious British baronet called Sir Thomas Sharpe (Tom Hiddleston) visits Buffalo, New York to seek funding for his clay extraction machine.
5 million male and female students in the Punjab who mostly belong to the impecunious strata.
Selling off state real estate is an imperative at this time and it may be good for the economy as well because a buyer is more likely to develop the land than the impecunious state.
However it features the standard ingredients of his humour: hapless aristocrats, wealthy Americans, difficult aunts, crossed lovers and impecunious young men all set in an English country house that looks better than it is.
Henry James' notebooks record the actress, Mrs Kemble, telling him of her impecunious brother's courtship of an heiress.
And for approving cuts he knows will hurt disabled, sick, jobless and impecunious elderly.
The steady flow of players moving from impecunious (in Premier League terms) to super-wealthy (in any terms) Manchester City means the They Played For Both Sides feature must make up about two-thirds of the matchday programme at Eastlands today.
In those more impecunious days, there wasn't a vast range of men's products.
You could site a burger van on the school yard, but to impecunious kids it's no use.
Ever impecunious, the Portuguese remain prone to overspending and underinvesting; tourism, capitalizing on wondrous rural vistas, is their most reliable industry.
One of the things which illustrates the impecunious state of the average footballer in those dark and distant days was the condition of their teeth.