not made of money

not made of money

Fig. [of a person] not having a lot of money; not having an unlimited supply of money. I can't afford a car like that. I'm not made of money you know. There is only so much they can pay. They're not made of money.
See also: made, money, not, of
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Coun Thomas said: "The trust needs to remember that people are not made of money and in many cases have not had a pay rise in line with inflation.
Before you say 'you could just buy one yourself', I looked into that and they run into the thousands of dirhams - I'm not made of money.
Though he sells high end products, the king understands you're not made of money.
He told his frantic family: "Oh, I just put it on before m not made of money, Emmerdale.
I'm not though, you can use this, an exclusive, I'm not made of money, I'm doing alright.
We've had to push the boat out a bit to keep some of them happy, and we're not made of money, but things are looking up on the pitch and off it.
Barry are not made of money but our players might have to pay the biggest price, because am determined not to stand for a repeat performance at home.
Barry are not made of money, but the players might have to pay the biggest price, because I will not stand for a performance like that.