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Line breaks: moo¦lah
Pronunciation: /ˈmuːlə

Definition of moolah in English:


[mass noun] informal
Example sentences
  • I now owe frightening sums of moolah, but should be able to clear my credit cards, thereby reducing my monthly repayment costs considerably.
  • People who have got used to that sort of moolah rolling in, without having to lift a finger for it, are reluctant to give it up.
  • And I'm hoping these contracts start to bring in the extra moolah which I'll need to fulfil my travelling desires later this year.


1930s (originally US): of unknown origin.

Words that rhyme with moolah

chermoula, cooler, hula, Petula, ruler, Shula, Tallulah, Tula

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