This brings us back to the popular picture of the money-maker, grasping, sordid, narrow-minded.
Your father's nature is too fine strung to be a money-maker, and she must be cared for.
The fact that the two girls desired it as a money-maker for their worthy undertaking carried weight with her.
He's all ready to do it, and it'd be a money-maker from the start.
Clearly that of the soldier and lover of honour; who is nearer to himself than the money-maker.
Lawson was born a money-maker, but he is a great deal more than that.
The Liberator as a moral engine was a marvelous success; but the Liberator as a money-maker was a most dismal failure.
She had been a money-maker for many years, both on the Mississippi and on the Missouri.
The money-maker will contrast the vanity of knowledge with the solid advantages of wealth.
Then comes the final whack at Boxer Hall, and that is always a money-maker.