Examples of moneyed in a Sentence
a member of the moneyed classes
luxury goods that are purchased mainly by moneyed tourists from abroad
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In 2010, Kennedy sided with his fellow conservatives and moneyed interests in Citizens United v. F.E.C, a case in which the Court for the first time recognized that political spending was a form of speech protected by the First Amendment.
Bonfire can be seen as a book about two kinds of elite: the moneyed and the cultured.
His midcentury subjects tended to be the moneyed set of Hollywood, Acapulco, and both Palms—Beach and Springs.
Ansin, who is divorced from WSVN-Channel 7 owner Ed Ansin, brought money and moneyed friends.
Cohen is hardly alone in seeking to profit from moneyed interests desperate to gain a foothold in a new administration stocked with Washington outsiders.
As Euclid Avenue declined and the moneyed class moved east to the Heights, so the Hotel St. Regis declined.
In the South, it was enjoyed by the moneyed crowd equipped with silver julep cups.
Sensing what is to come, her moneyed brother (Mark Duplass) offers to pay for a night nanny, a suggestion Marlo at first soundly rejects.
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Definition of moneyed for English Language Learners
: having a lot of money : very rich
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