Definition of profit :
mesh, expediency, kale, meshwork, advance, payoff, arrive at, increase, net income, come in useful, get, come in handy, incentive, virtue, bottom line, do good, pay off, acquisition, gross margin, pull ahead, use, operating profit, dinero, clear, realise, derive, aggrandizement, attain, costs, bread, help, pull in, cabbage, internet, turn a profit, emolument, winnings, accumulation, gather, amplification, lolly, saving, earn, percentage, realize, simoleons, clams, shekels, account, rake-off, gross profit, go a long way toward doing something, returns, profit margin, avail, gain ground, repay, gelt, acquire, trump card, augmentation, hit, pay, be of use, utility, network, net profit, incoming, profits, win, value, cyberspace, usefulness, get ahead, take in, meshing, lettuce, be worth someone's while, loss, boodle, addition, make, make headway, used, something has something to recommend it, reach, privilege, bring in, pelf, interest, yield, sugar, merit, put on, take, service, edge
benefit (part of speech: noun)
receipt (part of speech: noun)
wealth (part of speech: noun)
money (part of speech: noun)
bullion, issue, cash, balance sheet, money order, nugget, assets, gross, dough, moolah, treasure, petty cash, bond, greenback, coupon, silver, promissory note, stock, IOU, wad, swag, sterling, currency, proceeds, gold, pocket money, purse, loot, note, lucre, dollar, bankroll, coinage, receipts, scratch, wherewithal, spending money, ways and means, change, bill, copper, check, bank note, wampum, wallet, money, ingot, draft, funds, pounds
- She put her face close to the mirror, and I was about to profit by the situation I'd led up to when some one stepped between us and looked over the girl's shoulder. - "The Heather-Moon", C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson.
- All worked in this blessed land of freedom to the glory of Farrington Beals and the profit of the great A. and P. What has Isabelle to do with all this? - "Together", Robert Herrick (1868-1938).
- Of course, if it appeared that there was a moral certainty of making a satisfactory profit on the new stock, I should consent. - "Vane of the Timberlands", Harold Bindloss.