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noun as in dollar

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That would narrow the interest rate differential boosting the greenback.

From Axios

Not long ago, back in March, the greenback soared as equities fell.

From Fortune

The greenback accounted for a far larger share of global banking transactions, as the Communist Party resists calls to ease currency controls.

From Fortune

The euro is up 9% against the greenback since April as dollar-shorts build up.

From Fortune

(The Brazilian real is down a world-beating 21 percent against the greenback since May).

The rest came in a currency then thought far more valuable than the greenback: Facebook stock.

Already money markets have begun to adjust the Australian dollar, which in recent months has enjoyed parity with the greenback.

The federal salvo was the first multiagency money-laundering task force ever assembled, the U.S. Customs–IRS Operation Greenback.

You fed one greenback to a cab-horse down at the Caf Boulevard, said Tootles, trying to be helpful.

"Well, I declare," muttered the Deacon, as he fished a greenback out of a leather pocketbook fastened with a long strap.

The doctor purchased and paid for the dogs, handing the boy a crisp five dollar greenback bill.

It was on this intense labor discontent that the greenback agitation fed and grew.

The aggregate greenback vote cast in the election exceeded a million, and fourteen Representatives were sent to Congress.


On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to greenback, such as: currency, bill, bread, cash, dough, and money.

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