any money obtained illegally or immorally
Completely unauthorized, this irresistible read exposes the dirty money and politics behind the Met's rise.
Britain has chosen to make itself a tax haven for dirty money.
On the morrow the dirty money was paid, Ralph having borrowed the amount from Mr. Neefit.
She comes badgering me for her dirty money at Christmas, and you call it 'kindness!'
For my part, it is very simple; I have seen nothing but dirty money and wicked wealth.
Colton's got the Shore Lane and you've got his dirty money in your pocket.
You want some dirty money; there is the bottom of your contention; and as for your means, what are they?
It's dirty money, governor, and I wants to do a lot o' good with it.
Swine, that you are—Judases, who have sold a good cause for dirty money!
If I'd thought so, if I'd suspected it, would I have touched a penny of his dirty money?