make a killing love


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  • v. To win or earn a large amount of money.


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  • Most recently, it had been bought by a consortium of lawyers who were going to make a killing by converting it to expensive condo-lofts opening onto city views on the outside with interior mezzanines looking down into a fancy center atrium.


  • Why the hell was he taking the chance of stealing high explosive to give the stuff to Cleto for nothing when he could make a killing out of the contractors in Albuquerque?

    Stallion Gate

  • He contends that Morris “used government positions to make a killing from the war,” a blithe bit of shorthand that echoes Arthur Lee but is largely contradicted by the facts.

    Robert Morris

  • Merchandisers will make a killing on them and then lose their shirts trying to anticipate the next craze.

    Futures Imperfect


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