from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Devotion to the pursuit of material wealth; the spirit of worldliness; the service of Mammon.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun Devotion to the pursuit of wealth; worldliness.
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- noun The
pursuitof great wealth.
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Yanno, wall street represent materialism or mammonism people that would take your wealth and see you in debt peonage.
They are like politicos who are into mammonism, a ritual of greed, avarice and malfeasance.
The other Bishops and Archbishops are in collusion with the greedy-guts, the one who practice mammonism.
These people are ten times greedier than Marcos abetted by their being cultic members of mammonism.
Joe Manton aristocracies; giant-working mammonism near strangled in the partridge nets of giant-looking Idle
He referred to the spreading of mammonism and irreligion by which efforts to instruct and Christianize the heathen were paralyzed.
In fine, W---- was not in any respect peculiar, or, as a community, specially afflicted with heartlessness, frivolity, brainlessness, or mammonism; the average was fair, reputable, in all respects.
In fine, W---- was not in any respect peculiar, or, as a community, specially afflicted with heartlessness, frivolity, brainlessness, or mammonism; the average was fair, reputable in all respects.
In it he stresses that Christians must be "an example of evangelical practice in the family and workplace," transforming "the mammonism [the worship of money], hedonism, consumerism and culture on life" that dominate society.
Obviously, church leaders are aware of the government’s lack of credibility and the practice of mammonism in high places.