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65 Cards in this Set

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material
concrete; real
mendicant
a beggar
mercenary
motivated by money
miser
a stingy person
mogul
a very wealthy or powerful businessperson
monastic
without luxuries
monetary
relating to money
munificence
generosity
network
interconnected system
opulent
wealthy
ostentatious
showy
overblown
exaggerated
parsimony
stinginess
pecuniary
relating to money
pension
payment to a retired person
personnel
group of workers in an office
personnel
group of workers in an office
pomp
magnificent splendor
prodigal
wasteful
profligate
very wasteful
pomp
magnificent splendor
protocol
rules for proper behavior
purveyor
supplier
queue
a line of people or things
rapacity
extreme greed
rebate
a partial refund
remunerate
to pay for services provided
sedulous
hard-working
self-abnegating
self-denying
sinecure
easy, high-paying job
skinflint
a cheap person
solvent
a substance that dissolves something
prodigal
wasteful
profligate
very wasteful
protocol
rules for proper behavior
purveyor
supplier
queue
a line of people or things
rapacity
extreme greed
rebate
a partial refund
remunerate
to pay for services provided
sedulous
hard-working
self-abnegating
self-denying
sinecure
easy, high-paying job
skinflint
a cheap person
solvent
a substance that dissolves something
spendthrift
one who spends money wastefully
squalid
dirty and unpleasant
squander
to spend wastefully
stinginess
lack of generosity; cheapness
stipend
base-level payment or salary
subsidize
to assist financially
sumptuous
costly
sybarite
one who loves luxuries
tawdry
cheap
thrifty
economical
transact
to carry out
trove
collection of treasures
trustee
one who manages an institution's business affairs
upstart
a new, unaccepted member of the elite
urbane
polite
vain
useless; worthless
vaunt
to brag
viable
workable; able to survive
vocation
occupation
wares
goods for sale