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  • adjective Alternative spelling of unmoneyed.


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  • Hard to say, but here's a common scenario: A rich man marries a younger, unmonied trophy wife.

    Why Are Men So Afraid Of Money? Arianna Huffington 2006

  • He had been a man careless of money himself all his days, but he had been, as the saying goes, no one's enemy but his own -- he feared that Howel might turn out, not only his own foe but the foe of others, since he perceived that the propensities of his unmonied youth were strengthening and maturing in his monied manhood.

    Gladys, the Reaper Anne Beale

  • Page 3 for bed hire and one I sent to salem3 last saturday for candles which has left me completely unmonied.

    Letter from John C. Jones to Thomas W. Jones, September 8, 1813 1813

  • OK..for us unmonied folk who’d like a shirt like they wee wearing, why hasnt some on-line merchant offered a line of shirts, etc, those guys were wearing at ordinary shirt prices, plus a reasonable mark-up for the fad effect.

    More Awards Guff – Brokeback Mountain Wins PGA Prize 2006


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