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
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Image Alabama’s governor has begun to cut off a gravy train for the state’s sheriffs: the unspent money for prisoners’ meals that the sheriffs have long been allowed to keep for themselves.
The movie's been available for streaming on Netflix for a while now, but the gravy train is about to end.
The company has become increasingly dependent for growth on its discount Nordstrom Rack chain, an off-price gravy train that some experts fear could threaten the cachet of the main brand.
Lamborghini, Bentley, Ferrari, Jaguar, and Alfa Romeo—all companies for which an SUV used to be unthinkable—are boarding the gravy train.
In the offseason after Donovan’s first year on the job, Durant bolted OKC to gravy train championships in Golden State.
Predictably, the action ebbed when the tide slacked and the fishes' gravy train stopped running.
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.
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Definition of gravy train for English Language Learners
: 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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