come into (some) money

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come into (some) money

To obtain money suddenly, often through inheritance. I heard that she came into some money when her grandfather died.
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come into (some) money

 and come into a (small) fortune
to get some money unexpectedly, usually by inheritance. She came into a lot of money when she turned twenty. I hope I can come into some money some day.
See also: come, money
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If you recognise him, or are aware of somebody suddenly coming into money on Saturday evening, please contact us.
It might be the thief starts bragging about unexpectedly coming into money.
PC Michelle Ingham said: "It might be this thief starts bragging about unexpectedly coming into money so please, if you do suspect who it might be, search your conscience and tell us what you know and help us stop this woman enduring a miserable Christmas.
The Black Cats could be coming into money shortly and are looking all over the market for new faces as wheelerdealer Bruce plots a handful of captures - with Kirkland top of the list and the biggest target.
Musical theatre veteran Gary Wilmot both narrates and stars in this life-story of unrefined cockney orphan, Kipps, who mistakenly shuns his first true love after coming into money.
7million lotto jackpot after her itchy hand gave her a sign she was coming into money.