Money from home



noun phrase

Something very welcome and useful, esp when gratis and unexpected: but for the TV news boys this was money from home (1913+)

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    [muhn-ee-gruhb-er] /ˈmʌn iˌgrʌb ər/ noun, Informal. 1. a person who is aggressively engaged in or preoccupied with making or saving money.



  • Money-grubber

    [muhn-ee-gruhb-er] /ˈmʌn iˌgrʌb ər/ noun, Informal. 1. a person who is aggressively engaged in or preoccupied with making or saving money. noun a stingy person; also written money grubber Examples He refuses to go to anything but matinees because he is such a money grubber.

  • Money is no object

    Also, expense is no object. It doesn’t matter how much it costs, as in Get the very best fur coat you can find—money is no object. In this expression no object means “something not taken into account or presenting no obstacle.” It was first recorded as salary will be no object in a 1782 newspaper […]



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