capitalistic

[kap-i-tl-is-tik]
adjective
pertaining to capital or capitalists; founded on or believing in capitalism: a capitalistic system.

Origin:
1870–75, Americanism; capitalist + -ic

capitalistically, adverb
anticapitalistic, adjective
anticapitalistically, adverb
noncapitalistic, adjective
noncapitalistically, adverb
precapitalistic, adjective
semicapitalistic, adjective
semicapitalistically, adverb
uncapitalistic, adjective
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capitalist (ˈkæpɪtəlɪst)
 
n
1.  a person who owns capital, esp capital invested in a business
2.  politics a supporter of capitalism
3.  informal, derogatory usually a rich person
 
adj
4.  of or relating to capital, capitalists, or capitalism
 
capital'istic
 
adj

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Example sentences
The problem with an essentially capitalistic society is that having money is
  considered to be of prime importance.
There is a perfectly capitalistic means of solving this problem.
Capitalistic trade is not supposed to be reciprocal on the small scale.
Let me tell you that when an altruistic pursuit is fitted into a capitalistic
  mold things can get ugly.
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