Definition of impecuniousness in US English:

impecuniousness

noun

  • See impecunious

    • ‘When it adopted her point of view, you saw the shame and impecuniousness behind the cover-girl mask.’
    • ‘There's nothing like recent impecuniousness to encourage extravagance and for some reason I headed west with a vague idea of Chelsea or Kensington - Chelsea particularly.’
    • ‘He was originally supposed to be going into the cavalry, but had realized that the young Cavalry officers had ‘private means’ and rather than admit to a relative impecuniousness asked for a transfer to the tank corps.’
    • ‘It is frustrating to consider how powerful our back play might have been, had impecuniousness not obliged the club to dispense with the services of the two.’