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monied

[muhn-eed] /ˈmʌn id/
adjective
1.
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Examples from the Web for monied
Contemporary Examples
  • We see that women were as caught up as the men in the new financial careers that took them to unimagined, monied places.

Historical Examples
  • I am about to leave England, and have a monied trust to settle before I go.

  • “They are the monied land-owners, the vested interests,” he put in.

  • "So he is, egad—thank you," and Ashwoode was instantly by the monied man's side.

    The Cock and Anchor Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
  • I treated Betsy shamefully—not in a monied sense, but in every other way.

    The Revellers Louis Tracy
  • monied Interest resentfully explains that he is going to Paris too.

    Reprinted Pieces Charles Dickens
  • monied Interest considers it a band-box, and not made to last.

    Reprinted Pieces Charles Dickens
  • I've no patience with those contented fellows: it's my belief they steal away the happiness of monied men.

    Heart

    Martin Farquhar Tupper
  • Every dime weighs something in the scale of their monied calculations, and every cent must be placed in the treasury.

  • They had formed such a connection with the monied interest of the kingdom, that no administration could go on without them.

    Four Early Pamphlets William Godwin
British Dictionary definitions for monied

monied

/ˈmʌnɪd/
adjective
1.
a less common spelling of moneyed
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