money invested or wagered by experienced investors or bettors.
such knowledgeable investors or bettors.
Law. punitive or exemplary damages.
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How to use smart money in a sentence
What was once a hobby has led Liu to found BaconDAO, a company that connects blockchain startups with smart money and advises crypto-investors and NFT artists.
Someone else I was talking to yesterday was saying they have a betting pool at their company on when they’re going to return and that they’re looking at November, but the smart money is on January.The delta of it all: Digiday’s top trends of 2021 so far | Digiday Editors | August 17, 2021 | Digiday
That can only be done in a decentralized, smart money enabled system.
E-commerce could present a new and different opportunity, or at least that’s what investors and smart money are betting on.E-commerce roll-ups are the next wave of disruption in consumer packaged goods | Annie Siebert | March 26, 2021 | TechCrunch
Like believing or not in an afterlife, the smart money is with Pascal, who I think would have reasoned himself right to the head of the vaccination line.Vaccines Are the Safest Medical Procedure We Have. Make Your Wager Wisely - Facts So Romantic | Stuart Firestein | December 29, 2020 | Nautilus
Ohio governor and smart money 2016 GOP hopeful just complimented Obamacare, and said a repeal isn't happening.
The smart money is betting that the baby could be born around April 1.
After all, the smart money says any controversial action is considered a loser in an election year.
However, if asked to bet whether right-wing apoplexy will grow or shrivel, the smart money obviously has to say the former.The Best Republican Efforts Are Not Enough to Defund Obamacare | Michael Tomasky | August 23, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
If the world is going to change at some point in the future, the smart money says, why not adjust your portfolio accordingly?Let’s All Please Stop Overreacting to Bernanke’s Remarks | Daniel Gross | June 20, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Smart, smrt, n. quick, stinging pain of body or mind: smart-money: a dandy.
I've got a right smart money adventured on this trottin' race myself.Back Home | Irvin S. Cobb
He had an idea that if he managed to pay the smart-money before Jacob was sworn in, the lad might escape with little difficulty.The Life of Thomas Wanless, Peasant | Alexander Johnstone Wilson
My father paid the smart-money, my mother cried, and I was lugged home.Mated from the Morgue | John Augustus O'Shea
The certificate from a captain and surgeon, by which only the smart-money is obtainable.The Sailor's Word-Book | William Henry Smyth
British Dictionary definitions for smart money
money bet or invested by experienced gamblers or investors, esp with inside information
the gamblers or investors themselves
money paid in order to extricate oneself from an unpleasant situation or agreement, esp from military service
money paid by an employer to someone injured while working for him
US law damages awarded to a plaintiff where the wrong was aggravated by fraud, malice, etc
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