Examples of moneyed in a Sentence
a member of the moneyed classes
luxury goods that are purchased mainly by moneyed tourists from abroad
Recent Examples of moneyed from the Web
But rarer still is the year when a longtime legislative leader also faces a well-moneyed challenge in his home district.
Even as the purchases pile up, MBS has been ruthless in rooting out corruption in his own country, especially among the moneyed classes.
More than a year into his presidency, President Trump has shown little interest in beefing up the Federal Election Commission, the agency that could serve as a key player in his avowed agenda to reduce the influence of moneyed interests on politics.
The former Talking Heads frontman and prolific artist sees people divided into camps, not talking to one another, with politicians on both sides representing moneyed interests, rather than the people.
Its British creators, Richard Thomas and Stewart Lee—Thomas wrote the music and lyrics and collaborated with Lee on the book—have put out an opera, a genre that one usually associates with the moneyed classes.
As economic inequality has widened, the moneyed interests have spent more and more of their ever-expanding wealth to alter the rules of the game to their own advantage.
Membership to five of the earliest clubs — Comus, Momus, Twelfth Night, Rex and Proteus — had been mostly closed to all but the moneyed elites.
SoCal-born into a good family, starting QB at Michigan, NFL GOAT, moneyed, married to a beautiful woman.
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First Known Use of moneyed
in the chips;
MONEYED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of moneyed for English Language Learners
: having a lot of money : very rich
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