other words for moneyed
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It was the first time that James had known really what it meant to ask a moneyed favor.
He knew Poker & Hodge to be moneyed men, or to be men, at any rate, in command of money.
A rapid rise in the funds showed that the moneyed public at least were pleased with the vigorous measure.
But though the latter is the moneyed man, and has supplied most of the cash to start with, he does not show in the transaction.
The trading and moneyed classes, it will be remembered, were all in the Whig party; the landed aristocracy, in the Tory party.
He was a moneyed man; a selfish man; and, after his sort, an ambitious man.
If there were wasters among the labourers, there were wasters also among the moneyed class.
Don't forget to leave that card on Peckham—he's a moneyed man.
The moneyed property was long looked on with rather an evil eye by the people.
Thus it was in England during the reign of the moneyed corporations under the protection of Walpole.
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