moneymaker

[muhn-ee-mey-ker]
noun
1.
a person engaged in or successful at acquiring much money.
2.
something that produces or yields much pecuniary profit.

Origin:
1250–1300; Middle English; see money, maker

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moneymaker (ˈmʌnɪˌmeɪkə)
 
n
1.  a person who is intent on accumulating money
2.  a person or thing that is or might be profitable
 
'moneymaking
 
adj, —n

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Example sentences
Even if patents are the moneymaker du jour in the tech industry, that
  shortcoming limits the appeal of either a sale or a spinoff.
Clothes are a good moneymaker with this group of consumers.
At a time of intense financial pressure on public universities, outreach
  activities are often a cost center, not a moneymaker.
It was also intended to be a moneymaker for city and state, and for a time it
  was.
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