Money and Riches


Money noun - Something (as pieces of stamped metal or printed paper) customarily and legally used as a medium of exchange, a measure of value, or a means of payment.
Usage example: are you sure you have enough money to buy all that?
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Synonyms for Money

Riches is a synonym for money in wealth topic. In some cases you can use "Riches" instead a noun "Money", when it comes to topics like possession, cash, services. popular alternative

Nearby Words: moneyless, moneyed, monetary


Riches noun - The total of one's money and property.
Usage example: industrialists who had amassed riches of a magnitude that few had dreamed possible

Money is a synonym for riches in wealth topic. You can use "Money" instead a noun "Riches", if it concerns topics such as possession. popular alternative

Nearby Words: rich, richness, richly

How words are described

many many money many riches
considerable considerable money considerable riches
poor poor money poor riches
entire entire money entire riches
Other adjectives: real, big, unlimited, serious, easy, higher, ill-gotten, stolen, hard-earned.

Both words in one sentence

  • Screw the Money, I Have Rules! Maybe a hero's morals and convictions are so strong that he can never be bought out, not even for all the money and riches in the world.
  • Gluttonous Pig Sometimes, in a twist on this trope's original meaning, a pig character (usually also anthropomorphic) is portrayed as greedy, craving money and riches instead of swill.
  • However, they are still shrewd businessmen with a clear passion for money and riches... and the females do have beards.
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