propitious, lucrative, profitable, trine, gainful, advantageous
a lucrative career as a stand-up comedian
- profitable, profit-making, gainful, remunerative, moneymaking, paying, high-income, well-paid,bankable, rewarding, worthwhile, thriving, flourishing, successful, booming
- remunerative, moneymaking
- There was a modern building to move into and lucrative development grants.
- Instead, he became more famous for crashing his Porsche and signing the world’s most lucrative contract.
- Now, they worry about damage to the celebrity profiles that make their careers so lucrative .
- With a combined turnover of £20 million, it’s a lucrative business.
- In their short period of operation, the Detroit casinos have proved extremely lucrative .
- There was more money in the game thanks to lucrative television contracts.
- The market is lucrative : a pack of 200 cigarettes sells for €52.
- Even though film and television are more lucrative in terms of remuneration, theatre offers a true spiritual experience.
- But today the genre stands as a lucrative niche in an otherwise struggling fiction industry.
- The company claims it has received a lucrative offer from the South Australian government.
- Her trip to Milan has been extremely lucrative for her budding career.
- To be sure, class-action law can be a highly lucrative business.
- Does this look like a newspaper that has made hundreds of millions out of a highly lucrative share offer?
- Her parents are still married but heavily focused on their lucrative careers.
- Tariffs make it lucrative for Europe and America to process coffee instead.
- Curtailing all shopping and financially lucrative opportunities would be obviously counterproductive.
- He now uses his luck to run a casino, a venture that has proven very lucrative .
- As in the United States, gambling in Canada is hugely lucrative big business.
- He urged companies in Essex to get their share of a potentially lucrative market.
- Looking forward, Croatia could be a potentially lucrative market for political consultants.
- The very lucratively paid Canadians are embarrassingly, shamelessly scrabbling for excuses as to why they were well-beaten by a much better team of non-professionals.
- Persistent complaints from residents in urban housing areas has led to the move, which may see local dog owners getting lovely friendly advice from lucratively paid specialists.
- In this age of tourism and exchange society needs not be reminded about the lucrativeness of the entertainment business.
- We want business to do business in Johannesburg easily, lucratively and safely.
- Indonesia is also a haven for the international trade in endangered animals, an illegal activity that ranks only behind drug trafficking in lucrativeness .
- Chapter two outlines the wartime stimulus to the Southern African economy, and settler efforts to cash in, which the author terms, ‘the lucrativeness of loyalty.’
- There are several, for example, who have served in the top ranks of Government and who get generous monthly pensions, and yet are lucratively employed elsewhere.
- The way we eat now, especially in America, is not only wrong in itself, it produces the appetites which it then so abundantly and lucratively supplies.
- You cannot discount the lucrativeness of the business.
negate, abolish, exclude, nullify, obviate, deny
avoid, spare, avert, preclude, obviate, waive
get rid of, remove, rule out, eliminate, do away, obviate
the Venetian blinds obviated the need for curtains
- preclude, prevent, remove, get rid of, do away with, get around, rule out, eliminate,make/render unnecessary
- forefend, head off, avert, forfend, ward off, stave off, deflect, debar, fend off, avoid
- eliminate, rid of