big bucks

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Synonyms for big bucks

a large sum of money (especially as pay or profit)

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BIG BUCKS will also be attempting to extend his amazing winning sequence, stretching back to his departure, when unseating Sam Thomas, at the final fence in the Hennessy, won by Madison Du Berlais in 2008.
Coral's David Stevens said: "Paul Nicholls looks set to dominate the season's big chases once again, with Big Bucks likely to be a warm order if, as looks likely, he bids to emulate stablemate Denman's Hennessy win.
The pair are also making inroads into the sport racing market, making custom-made racing shafts after they discovered a Web site for an American drive shaft shop that was manufacturing speed and custom axles, charging big bucks, "$250 (US) a shot," which piqued their interest.
After Ellen DeGenerMorgan came out, the possibility of gays on TV and in movies held out promise to lesbian and gay comics of big bucks and big time.
I LIKE Big Buck's and I cannot lie but big bucks is precisely what you need to even consider backing him at Cheltenham today.
Big Bucks to remain unbeaten in the 2011-12 season William Hill: 7-4 (from 5-2)
The Primos crew is enthusiastic about their deer hunting as they pursue big bucks across North America.
It was big bucks all right; for a reported EUR400,000 Big Buck's had a new owner.