for love or money


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for love or money

Under any circumstances. Usually used in negative sentences: I would not do that for love or money.
See also: love, money
References in classic literature ?
No such linen as this is made now -- you can't get it for love or money.
Hal awoke one day to the fact that his dog-food was half gone and the distance only quarter covered; further, that for love or money no additional dog-food was to be obtained.
As they are both very bad and the water is worse, I ask for brandy; but it is a Temperance Hotel, and spirits are not to be had for love or money.
High bidders will be invited to Los Angeles in May to pitch their ideas to 3 Ball Productions, producer of the hit reality show For Love or Money.
They will also have the chance to rub elbows with dozens of reality celebrities from For Love or Money, The Apprentice, Survivor, Real World, The Bachelor, House of Dreams and others -- all who will be mingling and manning casino tables.