Money-which in a sentence

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Mr. Driscoll missed another small sum of money-which is a way of saying that this was not a new thing, but had happened before.
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It was her money-which she wanted to spend, but dared not.
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In other words, the Metropolitan Store appeared wide awake and prosperous, as if it was making money-which it was.
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Besides this, she had a fancy to pass through Alencon so elegantly equipped that no one could recognize her; to put her mother above the reach of necessity, and also to send to poor Athanase, in a delicate manner, a sum of money,-which in our age is to genius what in the middle ages was the charger and the coat of mail that Rebecca conveyed to Ivanhoe.
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The question was how to take this money-which clearly belonged to some one else-safely to the house of one of the three companions.
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Examples of Money-which

Example #1
In truth, it had happened three times before.
Example #2
The next day-that is to say, on the fourth of September-something occurred which profoundly impressed Roxana.
Example #3
On leaving San Francisco, Edna had wished to give her the full amount which the captain had so far sent her, but Mrs. Cliff declined to receive the whole.
Example #4
It was not very heavy, but it was a burden to her.
Example #5
It was not making a great deal, of course, as yet.
Example #6
There was a spruce, swept, and garnished look to the establishment; as Azuba said when she first saw it after her return, it looked as if it had had a shave and a hair cut.