Definition of "money-mad" []

  • Money kept in reserve, often for impulsive purposes (noun) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

Use "money-mad" in a sentence
  • "Wharton became famous in 1905 with this devastating portrait of a corrupt, male-dominated, money-mad society."
  • "Eriksson's post-England adventures with Mexico and Notts County seemed to confirm the caricature of the passionless, money-mad Swede."
  • "In both our countries, the materialist left and the money-mad right unite in telling us that the whole point of national life is economic growth."
  • "Ancient Athens was a money-mad commercial society when it collapsed, too."