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moola

Syllabification: moo·la
Pronunciation: /ˈmo͞olä
 
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(also moolah)

Definition of moola in English:

noun

informal
Money.
Example sentences
  • There is no secret that the NFL is big money, and Super Bowl week is all about the moola.
  • For some reason, this year I found myself enjoying the little moments when a corporate executive would come out, awkwardly plug his company and proudly present me with a check for some vast amount of moola.
  • Given that we live in a society which will not let retirees starve, and given that retirees need a lot of moola to stay alive, forced savings is inevitable.

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