- large sums of moneythere's big money in professional golf
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Examples from the Web for big money
Some might question the grassroots, anti-elite Tea Party joining in the big-money Super PAC craze.With Incumbents To Protect, The Tea Party Is Now Playing Defense
March 20, 2014
Still, James has lined up some big-money backers who are threatening to pour millions of dollars into the race.The Race to Replace Antonio Villaraigosa as Los Angeles Mayor
January 10, 2013
Case in point: President Obama met with big-money Asian-American donors in Silicon Valley on Thursday.Asian-Americans Seize Political Spotlight in 2012 Presidential Campaign
May 25, 2012
The big-money guys must have been feeling bad enough when they got the advance word that all their entreaties were for naught.The One Who Got Away
October 5, 2011
Of course, the influence of agents and big-money offers can vary on a case-by-case basis.Oscars' Effect on Stars' Careers
February 23, 2011
Co'se, w'en he do dis, Big-Money bleedz ter flinch; let 'lone dat, she bleedz ter jump.
The man who trains today will hold down the big-money Radio job of the future.
Mrs. Prioleau of Memphis sent the writer a negro story in which the name "Big-Money" was vaguely used.
In conversation one day with a negro, casual allusion was made to "Big-Money."
No cops; no hopeless warfare against cunning smugglers; no battle with big-money corruption of officials.Revenge