Examples of gravy train in a Sentence
They're trying to get on board the gravy train.
the new tax law offers a real gravy train to certain categories of investors
Recent Examples of gravy train from the Web
Then there's figure skating, the sport that largely drives the NBC gravy train.
But the vague threats to apply the brakes to the gravy train are unlikely to push the Kaczynski government to change.
Over the past few years, though, that gravy train has begun to dry up, a trend that accelerated as President Donald Trump began to make good on campaign promises to restrict immigration.
Over the past few years, though, that gravy train has begun to dry up, a trend that accelerated as Trump began to make good on promises to restrict immigration.
That gravy train of news slowed down this week at baseball’s winter meetings, where the Brewers failed to sign a free agent or make a trade over four days that were slow in personnel moves in general.
If true, that would have ensured that friendly cronies made the final stop on the Venezuelan-debt gravy train before payments ceased.
But the sue-and-settle gravy train may soon be sidetracked — at least at the EPA.
The Bulldogs’ surge means the Gators’ gravy train reached its final stop.
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: something (such as a business or a government program) that provides money to many people without requiring much work or effort
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