from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Slang Money.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. money, cash
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. money.
Anybody having an idea when moola is going international?
At Camp Millionaire, campers in five days create a minieconomy based around "moola" -- mock currency that features a cow's portrait -- which kids use to spend, invest in stocks and compete with each other.
But on the upside he should make mucho moola which is good because we need it.
Yes, that's a lot of moola to teach bedside manner.
The makers of this site should have been prosecuted but they have enough moola to buy the FBI, the Judges, the Juries and everybody in between.
Once again we have ourselves a week full of notable DVDs/Blu-rays worthy of your attention and moola.
And really, who doesn't want some extra moola these days??
I'm thinking, Slap a seat and this sucker and people will pay big moola to go John Glennish.
And yes, if that means flooding the airwaves with real life tragic stories about how the HMO's actually Did kill Granny/Gramps & sis & sonny, we should raise the moola for it.
Again the republicans say one thing out of the corner of their crooked mouths and turn around and do something entirely different when it applies to raking in that corporation moola.
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