from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One who is intent on or preoccupied with accumulating money.
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- n. An avaricious person
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone whose main interest in life is moneymaking
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And then a moneygrubber like you gets to spend all of it, everything that's mine.
You think you need to be jewish to know calling a person of jewish descendent a moneygrubber is offensive or calling a chinese person slanty eyes is offensive.
Your review quotes Rich Cohen saying that the name Goldfein means “moneygrubber”.
What a moneygrubber and dont forget the ambulance chasing lawyers
So, like all true Republics, Don Young, perhaps best known for his "Bridge to Nowhere 2: Electric Boogaloo" boondoggle, is a corrupt moneygrubber.
A cynical observer of American politics might argue that it makes little difference whether George Bush is a puppet, zealot, moneygrubber, or tyrant; the consequences are all equally bad.
Else you would be seen as nothing more than some moneygrubber.
Showed himself to be the gutless little moneygrubber that he is.
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