Being not made of money - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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be made of money
To have a lot of money. The phrase is often used in the negative as a denial to a request for one to lend money to or purchase something for someone. I know you want the new phone, but the answer is no. I'm not made of money.
be made of money be very rich. informal
be ˈmade of money (informal) be rich; have a lot of money: I can’t afford that! I’m not made of money, you know! ♢ Why do people always think that lawyers are made of money?