Impecunious and Well-to-do


Impecunious adjective - Lacking money or material possessions.
Usage example: they were so impecunious that they couldn't afford to give one another even token Christmas gifts

Well-to-do is an antonym for impecunious in poor topic.


Well-to-do adjective - Having goods, property, or money in abundance.
Usage example: a doctor who is now quite well-to-do as a result of his successful medical practice

Impecunious is an antonym for well-to-do.
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