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adjective as in commercial

adjective as in lucrative

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Example Sentences

But while the drug may not morph into a money making machine, it may work to maintain the safety of residents.

Why continue to spend money making those things better when they've already got such a dominant position?

Tea Party favorite Sarah Palin was not a candidate in 2012 because she preferred personal money-making over public service.

Another mission accomplished by the Bündchen money-making machine.

Sometimes he is an actor on a film set, like Shepard, playing one more money-making small part as a gruff military officer.

And the money-making machine rose and dismissed them, as he had received them, with a short, sharp business conge'.

Against the fascination of money-making, her charms had little chance.

John Dillaway's first exploit in the money-making line was a clever one.

The matter touched Ben Halse on two points of his character—love of sport, and love of money-making.

What Mr. Jones satirised in Saints and Sinners, was the money-making spirit that went hand in hand with bigotry.


On this page you'll find 80 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to money-making, such as: monetary, investment, mercenary, exploited, for profit, and materialistic.

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