found money


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found money

money that has come to someone with such ease or surprise that one might have just as well found it by accident. The money he got from his uncle's estate is all found money except for the taxes. He did nothing to earn it.
See also: found, money
References in classic literature ?
So the ragged stranger found money and food and drink everywhere at his disposal, and he feasted right comfortably till the afternoon.
He asked me, "who were our creditors; and where we found money to pay them?
The study also found money may not bring happiness, with 87 per cent claiming they like simple joys more when their budgets are squeezed.
In his expanded advisory role, Arrix will focus on leading the development and rollout of Acorns' Found Money initiative, its first marketing opportunity for brands.
Devon is terribly tempted especially when Joseph offers to share the found money with him.
It is not really found money at all," I try to explain.
Around 21% of people said in a survey that they had found money they had forgotten about, with 6% coming across an old children's savings account and 7% finding cash in an old money box.
He found money behavior falls into six definable patterns, or "Money Types," and everyone has a predominant financial personality.
But Wise found money in the budget to make sure the students also had a choice of salads and sandwiches made with wheat bread.
We found Money more organized, easier to navigate, and much more customizable than Quicken.
He's found money to fund full-day kindergarten--despite a nearly $1 billion budget deficit.
So the three women found money for a van, and volunteers started by taking flasks of hot coffee, chocolate cake and condoms out to these vulnerable young women.
The state legislature, led by Representative Wyvetter Younge, found money in its budget to cover the amount.
After they checked their statement later many people found money had been debited from their accounts without permission.
NSF's current assessment indicates that schools found money to begin only one-third of the projects that had been planned for 1994 and 1995.