from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Having a great deal of money: the moneyed classes. See Synonyms at rich.
- adj. Representing or arising from the possession of money or wealth: the triumph of moneyed interests over landed interests.
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- adj. Alternative spelling of monied.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. Supplied with money; having money; wealthy.
- adv. Converted into money; coined.
- adv. Consisting in, or composed of, money.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Supplied with money; rich in money; having money; able to command money; wealthy; affluent.
- Consisting of money; in the form of money: as, moneyed capital.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. based on or arising from the possession of money or wealth
- adj. having an abundant supply of money or possessions of value
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He -- his view was unless you have the attachment of the wealthy people -- what he called the moneyed men -- to the government, the government would not survive.
The "moneyed" - drug reform organizations (e.g., those supported by Soros, Sperling and Lewis) will have nothing to do with the MERP Model contending that this is far too radical.
It should be emphasized that the MERP Model has intrinsic advantages over all the "tax and regulate" - models that are promoted by the "moneyed" - organizations.
Justice Anthony Kennedy wrote for an 8-1 majority in the Citizens United decision upholding the constitutionality of disclosure, "Shareholders can determine whether their corporation's political speech advances the corporation's interests in making profits, and citizens can see whether elected officials are 'in the pocket' of so-called moneyed interests."
Jopling has described his work as a "means of establishing a bridge between attitudes"; between, that is, the moneyed establishment and the avant garde.
Boots had done it, — no doubt without malice prepense; but he had done it; and now that the Greenes were once more known as moneyed people, he turned upon me, and told me to my face, that I had desired that box to be taken to my own room as part of my own luggage!
Two attributes - "popular" and "moneyed" - could have aroused Pacquiao's political ambition.
The "moneyed" groups (DPA, MPP, NORML) are not likely to be the ones to do it because the model that needs to be imposed is the MERP Model which basically treats Marijuana cultivation as we now treat home brewing: it is neither taxed or regulated.
Enough with the compromised solutions of the "moneyed" drug reform organizations.
The Founding Fathers laid the groundwork for a society so forward-thinking and revolutionary in its elevation of freedom that "moneyed" power had a hard time accepting it.