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I want to qualify the word 'money' using the words good, decent, etc. But I am not sure how to use them. Do I have to say a good amount of money or a decent amount of money? Or just good money or decent money? Can I use good and decent interchangeably?

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'a good amount of money' and 'a decent amount of money' have similar meaning.

'good money' has similar meaning too.

'decent money' is different. It has a dimension relating to its source.

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Good Money

  • Waiting tables can pay good money.
  • You can make good money writing computer code.
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Good money and decent money (often used after It's...) are both frequently used to say that a job / appointment / opportunity / task is well paid.

Other common adjectives in this context are ample / adequate / abundant

People also talk about lots / loads / tons of money, as well as easy money and many more.

The source below gives lots of alternatives.

https://www.powerthesaurus.org/loads_of_money/synonyms

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