from The Century Dictionary.
- Devoted to the service of Mammon or the pursuit of riches; actuated by a spirit of mammonism or of money-getting.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Actuated or prompted by a devotion to money getting or the service of Mammon.
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actuatedor promptedby a devotionto money getting or the service of Mammon.
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This is, of course, in a measure the result of the modern worldly and practical business spirit which more and more animates all nations, and which led Carlyle to say of his own countrymen that they were becoming daily more "flat, stupid, and mammonish."
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