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Synonyms for money

for my money

Synonyms

  • in my opinion
  • in my view
  • to my mind
  • in my book
  • if you ask me
  • as I see it
  • in my estimation
  • from my standpoint

Synonyms for money

something, such as coins or printed bills, used as a medium of exchange

the monetary resources of a government, organization, or individual

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No, dad, this is one tangle that your money can't unravel.
Oh, Anthony," sighed Aunt Ellen, "I wish you would not think so much of money.
Knowing where he could procure the loan, he was by no means equally sure of being able to find the security on which he could borrow the money.
His marriage would supply him with the funds needed for repaying the money, and the profits of his business would provide, in course of time, for restoring the dowry of his wife.
Let it be no bank or common stock, but every man be master of his own money.
When I pay off, I shall send my money home to wait for me.
Each man swore that for once he would be sensible and not squander his money.
She must do the work o' the house, and she must respect and love her aunts as have done so much for her, and saved their money to leave to their nepheys and nieces.
But there is one obstacle: I do not think that you would ever induce Harold to take this money.
In this way things went along all right for a while; but without money they found it very hard.
At the end of my second year at Hampton, by the help of some money sent me by my mother and brother John, supplemented by a small gift from one of the teachers at Hampton, I was enabled to return to my home in Malden, West Virginia, to spend my vacation.
In the next place, when a woman is thus left desolate and void of counsel, she is just like a bag of money or a jewel dropped on the highway, which is a prey to the next comer; if a man of virtue and upright principles happens to find it, he will have it cried, and the owner may come to hear of it again; but how many times shall such a thing fall into hands that will make no scruple of seizing it for their own, to once that it shall come into good hands?
And he got himself corn, and began to make fire-brew and sell it for strings of money.
said the miser; 'I would give a great deal of money to have such a one.
It did occur to Dunsey that it might be wise for him to give up the day's hunting, proceed at once to Batherley, and, having waited for Bryce's return, hire a horse to carry him home with the money in his pocket.