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.