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- adj. Not moneyed; poor.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Destitute of money; not rich.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not having money; not possessed of wealth: as, the unmoneyed classes. Also unmonied.
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I am very well aware (having had the benefit of a year's experience of your character and temperament) that you have very little respect for unmoneyed people and are contemptuous of their ability to interfere with the moneyed.
Had he been simply an enthusiast, that fatal false logic that _will_ track enthusiasm -- however it be guided -- would have betrayed him: but the man was not an enthusiast -- he was a great actor; and while to capitalists and speculators he appealed by all the seductive inducements of profits, premiums, and preference shares, to the outer and unmoneyed world he made his approaches by a beautiful and touching philanthropy.
He almost invariably writes about the unmoneyed, the unfashionable, the desperate and the disturbed, and sets his plays in low-rent or squalid climes.
Money, Kellogg believed, should be spent on improving the lot of the unmoneyed.