[ US /ˈmənid/ ]
[ UK /mˈʌnɪd/ ]
  1. based on or arising from the possession of money or wealth
    moneyed interests
  2. having an abundant supply of money or possessions of value
    moneyed aristocrats
    a substantial family
    wealthy corporations
    a speculator flush with cash
    an affluent banker
    not merely rich but loaded
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How To Use moneyed In A Sentence

  • In 1896 at the Democratic National Convention, William Jennings Byran railed against Goldbugs and their moneyed interests backers in support of Greenbacker farmers and laborers saying: "You shall not crucify mankind upon a cross of gold. Reviewing Ellen Brown's "Web of Debt:" Part V
  • Kicked out of east-coast prep schools and facing the glum prospect of a military academy, Igby goes slumming in lower Manhattan, but there's a porous border between moneyed respectability and penniless Bohemia.
  • Lakeside villages retain a tough bone structure, but also the stamp of generations of moneyed elegance. Times, Sunday Times
  • This is the new moneyed middle class of India, an outward-looking group, no longer willing to accept the low-grade food and worse service that was the norm when government restaurants and hotels dominated the service industry.
  • And what a lot of it comes down to is an incredible lack of respect for the NHL and its commissioner, who's being shunted aside while the (mostly) moneyed men go about their business (often shadily). Archive 2008-06-01
  • The "moneyed" groups (DPA, MPP, NORML) are not likely to be the ones to do it because the model that needs to be imposed is the MERP Model which basically treats Marijuana cultivation as we now treat home brewing: it is neither taxed or regulated. Phelps and Obama-- leading the way Towards legalizing Marijuana.
  • It did not appear that Sharon Brown had such a "bevy" as the moneyed Osteen's could afford. Pulpit Pimps
  • His vote will be used to advance the moneyed interests, and their devotional accruement of all things material. Moral Turpitude and the Pursuit of More Stuff
  • Gilead may venerate the pre-industrial but it is also a modern, moneyed and practical republic. The Times Literary Supplement
  • The landed gentry had some sympathy with popular resentment of the activities of moneyed and mercantile entrepreneurs.
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