Money was no object, he said, nor would he take a penny for his pains.
Money is power.
Now a courtesan should not sacrifice money to her love, because money is the chief thing to be attended to.
It is in this manner that money has become, in all civilized nations, the universal instrument of commerce, by the intervention of which goods of all kinds are bought and sold, or exchanged for one another.
The personal estate, or, in other words, the money to which Miss Fairlie would become entitled on reaching the age of twenty-one years, is the next point to consider.
Saadi readily submitted, renounced his incredulity; and said to Saad, "I yield to you, and acknowledge that money is not always the means of becoming rich."
With me money is an accessory,the overflow of my heart, the framework.
Money’s like dirt or water to you, it seems.
There are indications, too, if I am not mistaken, that youconfessed this yourself to someone, I mean that the money was KaterinaIvanovna’s, and so, it’s extremely surprising to me that hitherto,that is, up to the present moment, you have made such an extraordinarysecret of the fifteen hundred you say you put by, apparentlyconnecting a feeling of positive horror with that secret….
But he repelled with indignation the suggestion that hisbrother might have committed a murder for the sake of gain, thoughhe recognised that the three thousand roubles had become almost anobsession with Mitya; that upon them as part of the inheritance he hadbeen cheated of by his father, and that, indifferent as he was tomoney as a rule, he could not even speak of that three thousandwithout fury.
“That money was a torment to him,” Katya went on with impulsivehaste. “
“The money alone is no proof.
21:007:012 For wisdom is a defence, and money is a defence: but the excellency of knowledge is, that wisdom giveth life to them that have it.
Money was his god.
The money in the State Bank is yours, the people’s money, acquired by your labour, your sweat and blood.
Never treat money affairs with levity—Money is character.—Sir E. L. Bulwer Lytton.
5 The place where a great city stands is not the place of stretch'd wharves, docks, manufactures, deposits of produce merely, Nor the place of ceaseless salutes of new-comers or the anchor-lifters of the departing, Nor the place of the tallest and costliest buildings or shops selling goods from the rest of the earth, Nor the place of the best libraries and schools, nor the place where money is plentiest, Nor the place of the most numerous population.
Burwell, remembering that there was no escape from going into the thick of the trading crowds, muttered glumly, “I never understand it...they’ll be a spendin’ the money they just got faster than they got it.
The money, however, was not central to anyone’s true purposes in this trial.
It used to be that money was just an easy way of carrying around gold.
We were talking about this very family, and "twas only last Purification Day in this very world, when the use-money is gied away to the second-best poor folk, you know, shepherd, and I can mind the day because they all had to traypse up to the vestry -- yes, this very man's family."
Grandfather, he kept it for me until I was a big girl and now I am keeping it for a rainy day, like the copy book says, although I don't think money would be much use to keep off the rain.
Inreturn, he has virtual immunity from the tyranny of cash; money isa symptom of poverty, after all, and Manfred never has to pay foranything.
Buys, with real money - not thatmoney is a problem these days, he uses so little of it.)
Money is power, money is force, money will do good as well as harm.
Sir, I have come to tell you the Holy Bible says that ‘money is the root of all evil.’”
It is their real price; money is their nominal price only.
At the same time and place, therefore, money is the exact measure of the real exchangeable value of all commodities.
Money is neither a material to work upon, nor a tool to work with; and though the wages of the workman are commonly paid to him in money, his real revenue, like that of all other men, consists, not in the money, but in the money's worth; not in the metal pieces, but in what can be got for them.
Money, on the contrary, is a steady friend, which, though it may travel about from hand to hand, yet if it can be kept from going out of the country, is not very liable to be wasted and consumed.
Money, like wine, must always be scarce with those who have neither wherewithal to buy it, nor credit to borrow it.
But money is a commodity, with regard to which every man is a merchant.
Money, as an article of circulating capital, considered, ib.
Paper money is a promise to pay its face value in gold or silver.
"God first; money is His slave!
Not that he was over-laden, for a few rifle cartridges, about a hundred and fifty, the remnant of a store which we had fortunately been able to buy from a caravan two years before, some money in gold and silver, a little tea and a bundle of skin rugs and sheepskin garments were his burden.
God forbid that you But one thing is, ye know it well enow should take too little*Of chapmen, that their money is their plough.
However distasteful Mammon may be in himself, money is so important a factor in life itself that it is not unintelligibly spoken of as the “majesty of cold cash.”
If perchance thou shouldst come to know him, tell him from me that I do not hold myself aggrieved; for I know well what the temptations of the devil are, and that one of the greatest is putting it into a man's head that he can write and print a book by which he will get as much fame as money, and as much money as fame; and to prove it I will beg of you, in your own sprightly, pleasant way, to tell him this story.
In the legal sense, property is not money, and money is not property; for property is that which has inherent value, while money, as such, has but representative value, and may or may not have intrinsic value.
Money is a great help everywhere;—can’t have too much, if you get it honestly.
e., a spirit or motives to which money is the chief consideration or the moving principle.
The general part of the money in France is silver; and it would take upwards of twenty of the largest broad wheel wagons, with ten horses each, to remove one million sterling of silver.
Money, like most other inventions, had happened to mankind, and men had still to develop" to-day they have still to perfect"the science and morality of money.
Of course pocket-money is a necessity, if only a little; do not be angry, prince, if I strongly recommend you to avoid carrying money in your pocket.
The money is all Gania’s.
At the time of his “adventure” with Nastasia Philipovna he had come to the conclusion that money was his only hope—money should do all for him.