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moneybags

An excessively or extravagantly wealthy person. I don't really care about being some kind of moneybags or anything like that, I just want to have a career I'm passionate about. Look at moneybags over here, booking a first-class plane ticket. Can't fly coach like the rest of us bums, eh Jerry?
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moneybags

n. a nickname for a wealthy person. When you get to be a big moneybags, don’t forget those you left behind.
See also: moneybag
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Pirates hanging in chains seemed to swing from every tree, and he almost expected to see some Spanish don, with his throat cut from ear to ear, rising slowly out of the ground, and shaking the ghost of a money bag.
His rest was broken, and when he fell asleep the nightmare, in shape of a huge money bag, sat squatted upon his breast.
Slowly he took out his money bags, and slowly extracted 300 francs in gold, which he staked on the black, and won.
``Yet, I would have sworn thy thought had been more on the old usurer's money bags, than on the black eyes of the daughter.''
The handbills of the selectmen would cause the commitment of all the vagabonds in the State; the paragraph in the Parker's Falls Gazette would be reprinted from Maine to Florida, and perhaps form an item in the London newspapers; and many a miser would tremble for his money bags and life, on learning the catastrophe of Mr.
And you'd have loved your money so that you'd amass not two million, like him, but ten million; and you'd have died of hunger on your money bags to finish up with, for you carry everything to extremes.' There, that's exactly word for word as she said it to me.
'It is alleged that on Tuesday the suspect who was a cashier at Charney Spar Supermarket cashed up as usual on the close of business and Wednesday morning the manager realised that the suspect did not turn up for work and when they open his money bag which was cashed up the previous day, it was then discovered that the amount to the value of N.dollars 10169.15 was missing,' Clay said.
They snatched the money bag, and the two guards sustained injuries.
Money bag policycan be availed by people ifthey are aged 18 years andabove.He said that accordingto their age and financialcapacity, the sum assuredcan be chosen.
A female taxi driver was battered by a customer as he tried to steal her money bag containing just PS70.
It contained a sum of PS600 in a clear money bag, not a purse, and an expensive bottle of perfume.
Bristol Ferry Boats manager Phillippa Bungard, 51, said: "One of our crew members called me saying he had dropped the money bag in the harbour.
As the cabbie looked for change in his money bag, Patterson-Draper snatched the PS10 from his grasp and tore the note to shreds, before demanding he hand over his money bag.