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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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adj. - Based on or arising from the possession of wealth.

Usage examples (36)
  • The surge in monied donors comes amid a significant drop in contributions among the broader electorate, despite the burst of political energy surrounding the tea party...
  • You see, I represent what he would call the monied aristocracy of
  • As such capitals are commonly lent out and paid back in money, they constitute what is called the monied interest.
  • How can it be so, when, in all old states, the monied is the prevailing interest which sways the determinations of government? for more
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