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earn money

verb as in live

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Example Sentences

It was never intended to do anything as vulgar as actually earn money.

“In the long run, the government will earn money by granting work permits,” and collecting taxes from undocumented workers.

When you earn money, cash falls from the sky, meaning you have to scrounge on the floor for dollar bills.

Sex business is a business owned by men--for men--and women are just an instrument to earn money and pleasure.

She also did not earn money from deals or appearances while Lutfi was her manager, he testified.

Bess then told the story of the broken harp, and explained how anxious they were to earn money enough to have it mended.

If they would only allow her to go away and work for wages, she would gladly toil and earn money to buy you.

When she finished college she wanted to earn money, just to prove that she could.

He must earn money enough to get bread to live to-day so that he shall be able to go and work again tomorrow.

They say he is very anxious to earn money; I should think he would be, to get himself some decent clothes.

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On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to earn money, such as: feed, get along, maintain, fare, profit, and subsist.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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