pecuniary (pi-KYOO-nee-er-ee) adjective
1. Relating to money.
2. Involving a monetary fine.
[Latin pecuniarius, from pecunia (property, wealth), from pecus (cattle).]
"When asked why he held up the bank, the robber replied, `Because that's
where pecuniary objects are.'"
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All the world's a stage, / And the men and women merely players: / They
have their exits and their entrances; / And one man in his time plays many
parts. -William Shakespeare, poet and dramatist (1564-1616)