old money

NOUN
  1. the inherited wealth of established upper-class families
    he was born with a silver spoon in his mouth
    she is the daughter of old money from Massachusetts
Linguix Browser extension
Fix your writing
on millions of websites
Start Error-Free Writing Linguix pencil

How To Use old money In A Sentence

  • The old money look of studied ease and broad acres captured so wonderfully by a polo shirt and chinos? Times, Sunday Times
  • Both Durie and her husband Tommy held similar pedigrees that effused the aroma of very old money, which they wore lightly and without pretension. One From The Hart
  • His image is redolent of the smell of old leather, old money and class.
  • The light scent didn't smart or sting and was, as he put it ‘redolent of old money!’
  • His image is redolent of the smell of old leather, old money and class.
  • The old money look of studied ease and broad acres captured so wonderfully by a polo shirt and chinos? Times, Sunday Times
  • Mr. Fumaroli agrees: The courtly way of life is his maquette for the spread of human happiness he never mentions that you had to have the standing and the old money to enjoy it: "Elegance, politesse and a new sweetness of manners . . . prefigured a world in which each man's freedom could accommodate the equality of all. Why They All Came to Versailles
  • She turns out to be Allison Nelson, the daughter of Charleston old money, summering in the country.
  • The group has bought the Excelsior, takes over the Grumpy Mole in December, owns the Loaded Hog, Shooters and is setting up a club in the old Money Club Building next door.
  • We used to talk about old money and new money. Times, Sunday Times
View all
This website uses cookies to make Linguix work for you. By using this site, you agree to our cookie policy