dirty money

Also found in: Thesaurus, Idioms, Wikipedia.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.dirty money - goods or money obtained illegallydirty money - goods or money obtained illegally  
stolen property - property that has been stolen
cut - a share of the profits; "everyone got a cut of the earnings"
References in classic literature ?
But if ye will pardon me to speak plainly," says he, "there is a name that you should never take into your mouth, and that is the name of Alan Breck; and there is a thing that ye would never do, and that is to offer your dirty money to a Hieland shentleman.
as it argues the banks "ignored the rules, turned a blind eye, kept profitable clients and continued handling billions of dollars of dirty money despite clear warning signs".
I appeal to give me my pride back and restore my confidence and get this dirt and dirty money out of my face.
Labour Deputy Leader Tom Watson said: "This industry's turning a blind eye to dirty money.
He also pointed out that it was Duterte who designated the executive of the dirty money watchdog.
consumers, is becoming the preferred way for drug cartels, terrorists and bad regimes to launder their dirty money.
Despite what the British press says, this is a process that is moving ahead step by step" German Chancellor Angela Merkel "We have become a safe haven for dirty money.
The youngsters are promised a percentage fee of the dirty money in exchange for their help.
It is tasked with monitoring suspicious financial transactions involving dirty money.
Think hard about the suffering of the horses before you bet and awaken your conscience to the dirty money making lottery that takes many animals' lives .
Global Banking News-March 28, 2016--Philippine economists call for measures to rid system of dirty money
Frank Mulholland has hailed the Civil Recovery Unit for bolstering the war against serious and organised crime The CRU use the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 to seize dirty money and criminals' property and possessions.