English version

monied

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmoniedmon‧ied /ˈmʌnid/ adjective  RICHanother spelling of moneyed
Examples from the Corpus
moniedHigh-priced scotch will more likely remain an investment in finer living, and not just for the monied class.As long as political parties are utterly dependent on monied donors, ordinary folks are unlikely to get in the gates.He must have been a monied gentleman because it was a marvellous house.He was going to pick them up out of the gutter and establish them in the monied world where he knew they belonged.Everyone could feel the abnormal strains that were now racking the monied world.
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