Word Of The Day: Lucre
lucre(LOO-kuhr), noun: Monetary gain; profit; riches; money; -- often in a bad sense.Does anyone think O.J. Simpson is doing his TV interview and book for anything other than lucre?
Lucre, by the way, comes from Latin lucrum, meaning "gain, profit." It is related to lucrative,meaning "profitable."
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