money (part of speech: noun)
funds, check, receipts, change, purse, spending money, coinage, greenback, dough, wampum, money order, treasure, income, issue, ways and means, sterling, nugget, promissory note, gross, bond, scratch, profit, bank note, draft, dollar, pocket money, moolah, capital, silver, cash, proceeds, stock, assets, pounds, wallet, net worth, IOU, wad, loot, worth, lucre, money, petty cash, balance sheet, fortune, coupon, copper, wealth, currency, wherewithal, bullion, bill, gold, swag, bankroll, note
- I remember the manager of the works once showing me an immense ingot of silver. - "Reminiscences of a South African Pioneer", W. C. Scully.
- I was struck dumb with astonishment and admiration as I stood gazing at the pile of dingy packages, each ingot being tightly sewn up in a wrapper of raw hide. - "The Log of a Privateersman", Harry Collingwood.
- Of a rare type was Sofia in Andalusia, where nearly all are dark, for she was a true rubia, blue of eye, fair of skin, and with hair of the wondrously changing tints of a cooling iron ingot. - "The Red-Blooded Heroes of the Frontier", Edgar Beecher Bronson.