Family Word Snacks: Impecunious & Lavish



impecunious: [im-pi-kyoo-nee-uhs] (a) having little or no money; poor

in a sentence: As a youth, he was charcterized as impecunious — even living on the streets for a while — but as a brilliant autodidact with a tireless worth ethic, he built his company into a billion-dollar empire.


lavish: [lav-ish] (a) abundantly rich, elaborate, or luxurious. (v) to give in extravagantly generous amounts

in a sentence: Alexa’s parents threw her a lavish first birthday party complete with ponies, doves, and the works! And the hundred guests that attended lavished Baby Alexa with huge birthday gifts that piled high to the sky. If only the birthday girl had a clue what was going on.

Thank you for being tuned in parents. I welcome your comments, suggestions, and parenting tips! There’s more for you, too, on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and on Pinterest!

-Elle C.

About Elle C. Mayberry

Elle C. Mayberry is a mom and author, who just released a new children's book with her young daughter. With a passion for parenting and degrees in psychology and "make it workology," she created Tuned In Parents (TiP).

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

CommentLuv badge