marry (someone) for (his or her) money

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marry (someone) for (his or her) money

To marry someone solely or primarily to have access to their personal wealth. Given the extreme age difference between them, a lot of people speculated that she was simply marrying Donald for his money. I think it's quite sad that people would marry for money rather than true love of their spouse.
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Unfortunately, she fails to realise he has only married her for her money - and is also plotting in collusion with her stepfather to find a way to get his hands on her fortune 1988 hh Wonderful Town (BBC2, 12.
And in Family Affairs he was too-good-to-be-true Adam Green, who conned his wife and married her for her money.
She's clearly older than you are and you wouldn't want people thinking you'd only married her for her money, would you?
She decided he married her for her money, and he said there was never much love there.