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Words and phrases whose definition contains money:   (963 results)

., account, accounts payable, accounts receivable, advance, affluent, afghani, aid, al-qa'ida, al-qaeda, al-qaida, algerian dinar, allow, allurement, amateurism, amends, amercement, amount, amount of money, annually, appeal, appropriate, appropriation, apropos, armored car, armoured car, aside, atm, at a low price, at best, austral, australian dollar, austrian schilling, automated teller, automated teller machine, automatic teller, automatic teller machine, avaricious, backsheesh, bag, bagman, bahamian dollar, bahrain dinar, baht, bail, bailor, bail bond, baksheesh, bakshis, bakshish, balboa, bank, banker's bill, banking company, banking concern, banknote, bank bill, bank check, bank clerk, bank deposit, bank note, bank run, bank withdrawal, barbados dollar, bareboating, barter, barterer, base, bawd, beg, beggarly, beggary, begging, belgian franc, belize dollar, benefaction, benefit, benin franc, bermuda dollar, bet, betrayer, big bucks, big money, bilk, bill, billfold, bill of exchange, birr, blabber, blackmail, blackmailer, bleed, block grant, bolivar, boliviano, bonanza, bond, bond certificate, bone of contention, boodle, boom, booty, bottomless, bread, break, bribery, bride price, british pound, brunei dollar, buck, budget, budget for, bunce, bundle, bureau de change, burkina faso franc, burn, burundi franc, business, busker, cab, cabbage, cache, cameroon franc, canadian dollar, cape verde escudo, capital, carefree, careful, carry, cash, cashable, cashed, cashier, cash cow, cash dispenser, cash in hand, cash machine, cayman islands dollar, cedi, center, central african republic franc, chadian franc, change, charge, charm, cheaply, check, check out, cheque, chicane, chicanery, chickenfeed, chilean peso, chip, chisel, chump change, circulation, civil list, claim, clam, clams, clawback, clean, clean out, close, closefisted, cocotte, coin, coiner, coin bank, coin collecting, coin collection, coin collector, cold cash, collection, colombian peso, colon, come up, comme il faut, compensable, compensation, compensatory spending, confess, congo franc, continually, contract in, contribution, contributor, conversion, cookie jar, cooky jar, cordoba, cost, cost-of-living benefit, costa rican colon, cote d'ivoire franc, cozen, credit, creditor, creditworthiness, crunch, cruzeiro, cuban peso, custom, customs, customs duty, cypraea moneta, cyprian, cypriot pound, dalasi, damage, damages, danish krone, deaccession, death benefit, debit card, debt, decadent, declare, deedbox, defalcation, defalcator, deficit spending, deflationary, defrayal, defrayment, deliverer, demand, demand-pull inflation, denomination, deposit, depositor, depository financial institution, deprivation, destitution, deutsche mark, deutschmark, dinar, dinero, dirham, dirty, dirty money, disbursal, disbursement, disburser, discount rate, divert, djibouti franc, dobra, dole, dole out, dollar, dollar bill, dominican dollar, dominican peso, donation, dong, dough, dower, dowery, dowry, drachma, draft, dram, draw the line, dutch florin, each year, earmark, earnest money, easy, economic, economic aid, economic value, economy, egyptian pound, electric bill, eleventh hour, el salvadoran colon, embezzler, endorsement, epkwele, errand boy, escrow, escudo, euro, evasion, exchange, exchanger, expender, expending, expenditure, expense, expense record, expressly, extort, extortion, extortioner, extortionist, fancy woman, fed, federal reserve note, fellowship, fiat money, fiddling, fiduciary, figure, fiji dollar, finance, finances, financial aid, financial crimes enforcement network, financial loss, financial obligation, fincen, fine, fix, florin, flush, fomite, forint, fork over, for a bargain price, for a song, for love or money, found, fraudulently, frenchify, french franc, fruit machine, fun, fund, fund-raise, fund-raising campaign, fund-raising drive, fund-raising effort, fundraise, fundraiser, funds, fund raise, gabon franc, gamble, gambler, garnishment, gelt, generosity, generousness, german mark, giro, gloatingly, go, god, godsend, gold rush, gone, gourde, government note, graft, gratuity, gravy, greedy, greek drachma, greenback, greenback party, grenada dollar, gresham's law, guarani, guilder, guile, guinea-bissau peso, guinean franc, gulden, gutter, guyana dollar, hack, handbag, handout, hand over fist, hand to mouth, hardfisted, hard cash, hard currency, hard up, harlot, hawala, help, hireling, hive off, hoard, hoarded wealth, hock, home, hong kong dollar, hopkins, house sitter, hryvnia, hundredfold, icelandic krona, illiberality, imagine, impecunious, impecuniousness, impeded, importunate, impost, impoverishment, indebtedness, indemnification, indemnity, indian rupee, inexpensively, inflation, informer, ingathering, insecurely, installment rate, interchange, interest, interest rate, inti, investing, investment, investment adviser, investment advisor, investment funds, invoice, in straitened circumstancesp, iranian rial, iraqi dinar, irish pound, irish punt, ironically, irredeemable, irrelevantly, italian lira, ivory coast franc, jamaican dollar, job, johns hopkins, jordanian dinar, judgement in personam, judgment in personam, judicious, just in case, kale, kenyan shilling, keystone, kina, kip, kiribati dollar, kite, koruna, krona, krone, kroon, kuwaiti dinar, kwacha, kwai, kwanza, kyat, lady of pleasure, landscaping, largess, largesse, lari, latitude, lats, lease, lebanese pound, lek, lempira, lender, lending, leone, lettuce, leu, lev, leverage, leveraged buyout, leveraging, liability, liberian dollar, libyan dinar, lilangeni, limitless, line, line of work, line one's pockets, lira, litas, loaded, loan, loaner, loaning, loan application, loan shark, lolly, longer, loot, lose, losings, losses, lot, loti, lucre, lump sum, luxembourg franc, m1, m2, m3, madagascar franc, mag, magazine, mak, maktab al-khidmat, malawi kwacha, mali franc, maltese lira, manat, manna from heaven, mark, marketer, marketing, markka, maundy, mauritian rupee, mean, megabucks, mendicancy, merchandising, messenger boy, metical, mexican peso, midas touch, mint, minter, miser, miserliness, misspend, monetarism, monetarist, monetary, monetary fund, monetary resource, monetary standard, monetary value, money-spinner, moneybag, moneyed, moneyer, moneylender, moneyless, moneymaker, moneymaking, money belt, money box, money changer, money cowrie, money dealer, money handler, money laundering, money supply, monied, moolah, moroccan dirham, morris, mortgager, mortgagor, mulct, naira, naively, near, need, negotiable instrument, nepalese rupee, nest egg, new zealand dollar, ngultrum, nickel-and-dime, niger franc, nonpayment, north korean won, norwegian krone, note, notecase, note payable, note receivable, numismatics, numismatist, numismatologist, numismatology, obligate, occupation, offering, old bag, old money, omani rial, one dollar bill, on the side, option, order of payment, ouguiya, out, outgo, outlay, overdraw, pa'anga, pac, pakistani rupee, panderer, panhandle, panhandler, paperhanger, pardoner, parking meter, parsimoniousness, parsimony, partnership, pataca, pathetically, pavement artist, pawn, pawnbroker, pay, payables, payee, payer, payinga, payment, payment rate, payroll, paysheet, payslip, pay rate, peanuts, peculator, pecuniary, pecuniary resource, pelf, pengo, penniless, pennilessness, penny-pinch, penny-pinching, penny pincher, pensionary, pension account, pension plan, penurious, penuriousness, personal judgement, personal judgment, per annum, per year, peseta, peso, philippine peso, pile, pillage, pinched, pinnish mark, plank, play, pledge, plunder, pocket, pocketbook, pogey, pogy, poker chip, political action committee, poor, poorness, pork-barreling, poster child, potboiler, pound, pound sterling, pour, pourboire, poverty, prevention, price, privation, prize, prizefight, prize money, professional baseball, professional basketball, professional boxing, professional golf, professional tennis, professional wrestling, profit, profits, promiscuous, prostitute, provide, providently, pula, pump, pump-and-dump scheme, pump priming, punt, purse, put, pyramid scheme, qaeda, qatari riyal, queerly, quetzal, quid, racketeer, raffle, rag, rag week, rake in, rake off, rand, ransom, ransom money, rat, rate of interest, rate of pay, rate of payment, readya, ready cash, ready money, realisation, realization, receivables, redeem, redeemable, redress, reflate, refund, reign, reimbursement, remission, remit, remitment, remittal, remittance, remittance man, remunerative, remunerator, render, rent, repayment, repayment rate, reserve, restitution, retirement account, retirement plan, retirement program, retirement savings account, retirement savings plan, reward, rial, riel, ringgit, risk, risk arbitrage, riyal, riyal-omani, rob, robert morris, roguishly, romantic, rouble, rubel, ruble, run, rupee, rupiah, rwanda franc, salaried, sale, sales agreement, saudi arabian riyal, save, saver, savings, savings bank, say, scattergood, schilling, scrape, scrape up, scratch, secrete, seduce, seed, seize, self-insurance, sell, seller, selling, senegalese franc, servicing, set aside, sewer, seychelles rupee, shakedown, sheepishly, shekel, shekels, shell out, shelter, shenanigan, shilling, shinplaster, ship money, shoestring, shoe string, short, short-change, shovel in, shylock, sickness benefit, sick benefit, sidesman, simoleons, singapore dollar, slate club, slip, small change, small fortune, smart money, soak, soap, solely, solicitation, som, somalian shilling, sou, south korean won, spanish peseta, spend, spend-all, spender, spending, spendthrift, spiv, split, sporting lady, squandered, squealer, squeeze, squeeze for, sri lanka rupee, staggering, stake, stakes, standard, stash, sterling, stinginess, stipend, stipendiary, strike pay, stringency, strongbox, stuff, subscribe, subscriber, subtraction, sucre, sudanese pound, sugar, sum, sum of money, superfund, support, sure enough, swag, swedish krona, sweepstake, sweepstakes, swiss franc, syrian pound, taiwan dollar, taka, takeover arbitrage, tala, tanzanian shilling, tart, taxi, taxicab, tax bill, teller, tenge, terms, thrift, thriftiness, thrifty, thrust, tical, tidy, tight, tightfisted, tightness, tip, togo franc, toilet, tooth fairy, touch, trafficker, tranche, treasure, trickery, trinidad and tobago dollar, triple frontier, tughrik, tugrik, tunisian dinar, turkish lira, turn a loss, turn a profit, turn over, tuvalu dollar, ugandan shilling, undercharge, united arab emirate dirham, united states dollar, unselfishness, uruguayan peso, usefully, usurer, usury, value, vanish, vehicle, vender, vendor, venture capitalist, wager, wallet, wampum, wanton, waste of money, wealth, wealthiness, wealthy, well-lined, whip-round, whore, wile, win, windfall, winnings, withdrawal, woman of the street, won, working girl, yemeni rial, yen, yuan, yugoslavian dinar, zaire, zambian kwacha, zimbabwean dollar, zloty


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