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marry into money

To become wealthy or financially secure by marrying someone who is wealthy or has a wealthy family. Ever since he married into money, George has been flaunting all of the exotic vacations he and his new wife take. During college, when I had barely enough money to eat each day, I vowed that someday I'd marry into money and start living a much more comfortable life.
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my was long "Marie thinks that Serge is the best thing since the invention of the telephone and it makes her very happy that her son has married into money.
were everywhere my was long "Marie thinks that Serge is the best thing since the invention of the telephone and it makes her very happy that her son has married into money.
Now she's married into money, she can afford to sit around all day doing nothing.
That is younger daughter Pam (Libby Davison), a Bafta-winning documentary-maker, elder daughter Sandy (Charlie Hardwick), who married into money and has a flash car to prove it, and Sandy's daughter Sarah (Lisa McGrillis) who is to be wed to a globe-trotting golfer and has had her boobs surgically upholstered for the occasion.
You imply that you are a classy and successful member of society, perhaps someone who has married into money or a family of minor criminals.
He then blasted his two daughters: "You're a pair of snobs who married into money and had no time for me.
The destruction of the welfare state by Cameron and his axeman Iain Duncan Smith, who married into money, is an act of social vandalism that demands the gloves come off.
Across the Atlantic, Amber lives the American Dream: she's married into money and her husband's job provides a designer wardrobe, stunning house, plus a nanny for their two children.