Synonyms for Profit:


edge, virtue, trump card, privilege, merit, incentive. help. get. used, account, use. acquisition (noun)
benefit (noun)
boon, advantage, prosperity, favor, success, gain, blessing, bonus, promotion, furtherance, improvement, good, progress, benefit.
gain (noun)
saving, proceeds, receipts, lucre, percentage, bottom line, interest, revenue, augmentation, accumulation, income, aggrandizement, remuneration, receipt, use, advantage, acquisition, take, gross, return, gate, earnings, benefit, net.
money (noun)
dollar, dough, funds, cash, bank note, draft, note, bill, check, issue, nugget, coinage, scratch, currency, gold, ingot, wallet, money order, swag, silver, bullion, coupon, spending money, greenback, moolah, wad, iou, bond, ways and means, petty cash, stock, promissory note, assets, balance sheet, pocket money, sterling, loot, proceeds, copper, bankroll, money, change, purse, gross, wampum, receipts, wherewithal, lucre, pounds, treasure.
profit (noun)
bottom line, net profit, lucre, net, gain, earnings, profits, profit margin, net income, gross margin, operating profit, benefit, percentage, turn a profit, gross profit.
receipt (noun)
earnings, endowment, compensation, remuneration, credit, net, return, revenue, gate, salary, wage, dividend, receipt.
wealth (noun)
income, riches, net worth, affluence, fortune, asset, capital, plenteousness, sufficiency, opulence, property, worth, estate, wealth, prosperousness, possessions, landslide, plenty.


gain; get or give an advantage (verb)
help, pay off.

Other synonyms:

rake off, bottom line, take. repay. pay off. account. advantage
pay off.
percentage, operating profit, profit margin, gross profit, gross margin.
be of use.

Usage examples for profit

  1. May I inquire just how you expect to profit by this transaction, Mr. Barnes? – Green Fancy by George Barr McCutcheon
  2. What profit is it to us if he is now suffering, after we have suffered through him? – Human, All-Too-Human, Part II by Friedrich Nietzsche
  3. Pretty thick business between that precious pair, Mackenzie thought, and of a sort not likely to turn out of much profit to either them or anybody else. – The Flockmaster of Poison Creek by George W. Ogden