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Large amounts of money - thesaurus

Synonyms

wealth

noun

a large amount of money and other valuable things

fortune

noun

a very large amount of money

pile

noun

a large amount of money

windfall

noun

an amount of money that you get when you are not expecting it, especially a large amount

payout

noun

a large amount of money paid to someone, for example by an insurance company or as a prize in a competition

mint

noun

informal a large amount of money

big money

noun

informal a lot of money

a small fortune

a lot of money

a pot/crock of gold

a large amount of money that will make someone rich for ever

substantial

adjective

used about large amounts of money

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a bundle

a lot of money

a few bob

a fairly large amount of money

a king’s ransom

a very large amount of money

a/the princely sum

a large amount of money. This word or expression is usually used humorously to talk about an amount that you think is very small or not enough.

big bucks

noun

informal big money

cool

adjective

informal used with an amount of money for emphasizing how large it is

fat

adjective

informal used about an amount of money that is very large

fortune

noun

informal a lot of money

handsome

adjective

a handsome amount of money is large

healthy

adjective

a healthy amount of money is a large amount

hefty

adjective

a hefty amount of money is a large and impressive amount

megabucks

noun

informal a very large amount of money

packet

noun

Britishinformal a large amount of money

tidy

adjective

informal a tidy amount of money is a large amount

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