Money-from in a sentence

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How to use money-from in a sentence. Money-from pronunciation.

She was taking money-a disgracefully large amount of money-from Stanley Baird under false pretenses.
Could the man who sold him the liquor, or he who manufactured it, or the Government who drew revenue-which to all intents and purposes was blood money-from its sale, or the intelligent electors who, in the exercise of their franchise and by their sympathy, endorsed that legislation, escape all responsibility?

Examples of Money-from

Example #1
How could she hope to sing when her voice could not be relied upon?
Example #2
Was not her throat at that very moment slightly sore?
Example #3
My dear reader, ponder this question, for great issues are involved in your conclusion.
Example #4
Reader, was Tom Flatt alone responsible for the murder of his wife, or were there not others who, at least to some extent, shared with him that responsibility?