SAT Word Of The Day synonym/antonym practice test 36 of 42

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Question 1 of 10: Identify the synonyms/antonyms of "impecunious".


1. well-heeled

2. strapped

3. destitute

4. penurious

5. deep-pocketed

6. beggared

7. in queer street

8. well-off

9. down and out

10. rich

11. poverty-stricken

12. penniless

13. homeless

14. silk-stocking

15. short

16. wealthy

17. without two pennies to rub together

18. insolvent

19. broke

20. opulent

21. prosperous

22. moneyed

23. flat broke

24. poor

25. indigent

26. dirt-poor

27. well-to-do

28. fat

29. skint

30. unprosperous

31. needy

32. necessitous

33. cleaned out

34. flush

35. impoverished

36. affluent

37. dirt poor

38. stony

39. fat-cat

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