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[muhn-ee-mey-king] /ˈmʌn iˌmeɪ kɪŋ/
a moneymaking scheme.
capable of making or promising to make money:
the moneymaking part of the deal.
the making of money.
Origin of moneymaking
1730-40; money + making Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Going to college in the moneymaking eighties lacked a certain radicalism.
  • Of course, as a moneymaking venture, this might be completely crazy.
  • But others have simply accepted that, for them, music is not a moneymaking business.
  • We do not expect that this will be a huge moneymaking venture.
  • Once an audience is there, there are all sort of moneymaking opportunities.
  • The next transformative, moneymaking technologies and businesses are coming soon to a garage near you.
  • He has fallen into a noncreative moneymaking routine that has nothing to do with the cinema.
  • The moneymaking part is about playing the margins of transactions.
  • Many of the top moneymaking films of all time have been science fiction movies.
  • She added that their trailer park business was not a moneymaking business.

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