Made of money

adjective phrase

Very rich; loaded: Well off? Why the guy’s made of money (1849+)
Very rich, as in Afford a limousine? Do you think I’m made of money? This hyperbolic expression uses made of in the sense of “composed of,” a usage dating from about 1200.


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