[the second sense's variant is found by 1987]
money talks, after all, and the U.S. pays for almost a fifth of Egypt's military budget.
It at least seems to reaffirm another old cliché: money talks.
money talks as loudly in the Oval Office as anywhere else in politics.
The Americans have a saying, "money talks," which is much like one of our own.
It contained no words, unless it be true that "money talks."
You may be all right and so may your Mr. Ford but, as for me, I never heard tell of him and money talks.
"money talks," Cappy Ricks warned him and got out his check book.
Mr. Sage was naturally a silent man, his motto was "money talks."
money talks in the underground London, just as it does on the Stock Exchange.
money talks—but not unless its owner has a loose tongue, and then its remarks are always offensive.