chrematistic

adjective
chrem·a·tis·tic | \¦kremə¦tistik, -ēm-\

Definition of chrematistic 

: of, relating to, or occupied in the gaining of wealth

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History and Etymology for chrematistic

Greek chrēmatistikos of business or moneymaking, from chrēmatistēs businessman (from chrēmatizein to deal, transact business, make money—from chrēmat-, chrēma thing, possession, from chrēsthai to need, use—+ -istēs -ist) + -ikos -ic

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