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impecunious
used in Ulysses by James Joyce

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not having enough money to pay for a comfortable life
  • Being a levelheaded individual who could give points to not a few in point of shrewd observation he also remarked on his very dilapidated hat and slouchy wearing apparel generally testifying to a chronic impecuniosity.
    Episode 16 — Eumaeus (12% in)

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