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adjective as in rich

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The next big test will be whether the movement has enough moneyed supporters to chip in to hire paid signature gatherers.

They just realized that they could gain power by uniting two very different groups: the same moneyed elites as always, and you.

Plato argued that true learning must be more than what Deresiewicz calls “highbrow entertainment for the moneyed class.”

Real estate was a hot investment for the moneyed of China, but as the market cooled down in many cities, flats were left empty.

But the Tea Party is being paid for by the Koch Brothers and other moneyed elites.

The moneyed class placed a huge, one-sided bet on their tribune, Mitt Romney, and on the Republicans.

Besides, he was a moneyed man, and to a certain extent had a shrewd eye to his worldly interest.

They transgressed only to the innocuous extent of smuggling moneyed stowaways and contraband goods.

His low origin was too recent, his moneyed dealings too notorious, to gain him acceptance, except on the ruins of the Darcys.

He hated the Dutch and moneyed men, and Dissenters of every sect, although originally one of them.

A handful of moneyed freshmen found favor with them and were therefore made much of.


On this page you'll find 33 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to moneyed, such as: affluent, upscale, wealthy, well-heeled, well-off, and well-to-do.

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