moneygrubber


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mon·ey·grub·ber

 (mŭn′ē-grŭb′ər)
n.
One who is intent on or preoccupied with accumulating money.

mon′ey·grub′bing adj. & n.

mon•ey•grub•ber

(ˈmʌn iˌgrʌb ər)

n.
a person who is preoccupied with making money.
[1830–40]
mon′ey•grub`bing, adj., n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.moneygrubber - someone whose main interest in life is moneymakingmoneygrubber - someone whose main interest in life is moneymaking
moneymaker - someone who is successful in accumulating wealth
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moneygrubber

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Infamous moneygrubber, the Tax Man, had sent me some dough.
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(48) Norman Kirk, Prime Minister until August 1974, hinted at the antagonism he saw between the interests of business and society when he described his as 'a Government with a strong social conscience' and not, pointedly, as 'a Government of speculators and moneygrubbers'.
If Redcar had to go for the public good I could accept it but if it is really being lost to moneygrubbers exploiting crazy EU rules I think it should be thoroughly debated before it is too late.
Our basic freedoms are being eroded inexorably and even the Fenham omnibus may soon have to be mothballed if we continue to feed the EU moneygrubbers, who squander our fast-diminishing resources, as they replace our heritage with nothing of discernable value.
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