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Google used cookies to help it build a massive advertising business, but because YouTube and Google Search — which don’t need cookies — are its biggest moneymakers, it can afford to live in a cookie-free Web.

It can also be a moneymaker, as property transactions in Decentraland are monetized via special tokens.

From Ozy

Movies had been just novelties in 1910, but by 1918, they’re huge moneymakers, a vital part of the economy.

From Time

The additional disclosures will begin to appear in apps made for iPads, Mac computers and Apple’s TV streaming device, as well as its biggest moneymaker, the iPhone.

From Fortune

When spills surface, nothing in the 2019 regulations stops producers from turning them into moneymakers.

Some on the Internet took umbrage with your comments to Glamour that your appearance has “never been my moneymaker.”

The longer an LED lasts, the more it is used, the more of a moneymaker it becomes.

Before long, they began making shoe polish and, the big moneymaker: lip balm.

By the next decade, the show proved both a hit and a moneymaker.

The case has been a moneymaker for journalists who might have found work scarce if not for Knox.

The Moneymaker trees have made little growth and the Stuart tree practically none.

It's a good thing, and it's been a moneymaker too; it's the only charity I know of that's not a charity but a moneymaking concern.

On the Yarra she proved a great “moneymaker,” as she earned as much as 80 in a day.

The machine was now well known, and its value as a moneymaker very apparent.

Every variety of vegetable grows abundantly and sugar beets are a moneymaker.


On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to moneymaker, such as: angel, backer, golden goose, grubstaker, meal ticket, and money-spinner.

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