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monetary
used in Middlemarch

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Definition
relating to or involving money

or:

relating to a nation's money supply
  • But he could not manage finance: he knew values well, but he had no keenness of imagination for monetary results in the shape of profit and loss: and having ascertained this to his cost, he determined to give up all forms of his beloved "business" which required that talent.
    Book 3 — Waiting for Death (26% in)
  • But the best use is not always the same with monetary success.
    Book 7 — Two Temptations (49% in)
  • Without that memory of Raffles she might still have thought only of monetary ruin, but now along with her brother's look and words there darted into her mind the idea of some guilt in her husband—then, under the working of terror came the image of her husband exposed to disgrace—and then, after an instant of scorching shame in which she felt only the eyes of the world, with one leap of her heart she was at his side in mournful but unreproaching fellowship with shame and isolation.
    Book 8 — Sunset and Sunrise (17% in)

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