Definition of money-grubbing in English:

money-grubbing

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(also money-grabbing)

adjective

informal
Overeager to make money; grasping: money-grubbing speculators
More example sentences
  • Today, he's a greedy, money-grubbing official.
  • If we are made to submit this application, the world will see us for what we really are - money-grubbing, greedy, corporate thieves.
  • The great crimes of the twentieth century were committed not by money-grubbing capitalists but by dedicated idealists.
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money-grubber

noun
More example sentences
  • And everyone - aristocrats, bohemians, and philosophers alike - denounced the bourgeoisie as selfish money-grubbers.
  • So you have the original and you bought the re-mastered version last year - why should you keep shelling out the bucks to these money-grubbers?
  • Let's help drive all these money-grubbers crazy by demanding real campaign finance reform.

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