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Synonyms for moneyed

Synonyms for moneyed

possessing a large amount of money, land, or other material possessions

Synonyms for moneyed

based on or arising from the possession of money or wealth



having an abundant supply of money or possessions of value

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The Royal Mail sell-off - more like rip-off - has garnered vast royalties for the already moneyed few.
They have lost only one of their last ten matches - an overtime defeat to plucky Sibir last week - and they landed a real coup by snatching NHL superstar Alex Ovechkin from under the noses of moneyed cross-town rivals CSKA Moscow.
Occupy's Unifying Theme: Entrenched, Moneyed Interests Have Corrupted Political Process
Instead, moneyed interests compound wealth by stifling true, dynamic capitalism.
Murtaza Mughal said that regulators are dancing on the tune of the regulated while important institutions are serving the interests of moneyed class beyond their expectations.
While detailing graft and corruption, religious and ethnic tensions, and the rise of television and moneyed campaigns, O'Connor offers a more benevolent and sentimental, though no less compelling, portrayal of a big-city political machine than, say, Mike Royko's nonfiction Boss (1971).
But what should I create to whet the appetites of the world's moneyed and mental?
This life-like, if not life-sized, bank note should enable you to live out those moneyed daydreams while indulging in all those humdrum house chores that the rest of us poor proles have to do for ourselves.
Visiting schools across the country, investigative journalist Annette Fuentes documents a system that targets the most vulnerable sections of the student population and the irrational cultural fears and moneyed interests at work behind many of these school policies.
Churchill's CEO and co-founder, Brendan Lyle, notes that the Company's lending service helps level the playing field between the moneyed and non-moneyed spouse.
One could be forgiven for thinking that football these days is all about race rows, super injunctions and the seemingly unstoppable rise of moneyed foreign owners in the Premier League.
Where servants served opulent meals to the moneyed upper classes who were rich, not through their own hard work but from inherited wealth gained from the exploitation of the lower classes?
He has converted several obstinate Congresses to a deserved friendliness toward his important work and has gone up and down and to and fro in Europe until he has enlisted a great moneyed interest in it there.
The service industry of old doubtless looks rather quaint to their moneyed eyes.
It was because the boss of NCP, in search of a peerage, called upon his moneyed mates to raise the millions required to give our beloved Mrs Windsor a new Royal Yacht after the Britannia sailed orf into the sunset.