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In the Money

If you are in the money, you suddenly and, perhaps even unexpectedly, have a lot of money. Here are some sample sentences using this English idiom:

Yesterday, Frederico married old Mrs. Moneybags. Now, he’s
in the money.
If we win next week’s lottery, we’ll be
in the money.
You may be
in the money, but are you really happy?

Bo Derek has been quoted as saying whoever said money can’t buy you happiness simply didn’t know where to go shopping. It’s a funny quote, but do you agree with it?

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