lu·cra·tive /'lü-krə-tiv/ adj
1: producing wealth or profit
2: acquired, received, or had without burdensome conditions or giving of consideration
lu·cra·tive·ly adv
lu·cra·tive·ness n

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

I adjective accumulative, advantageous, bearing revenue, beneficial, compensating, compensatory, contributive, fertile, fruitful, gainful, high-paying, invaluable, lucrosus, moneymaking, paying, productive, profitable, quaestuosus, remunerative, rewardful, rewarding, successful, useful, valuable, well-paying, worthwhile II index gainful, profitable

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

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