Moneybags


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Moneybags

Slang; a wealthy person who spends freely or ostentatiously. See also: Conspicuous consumption.
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No wonder Cherie Blair looks stunned - she's just found out that today we're DOUBLING YOUR MONEYBAGS.
If I could ask one small favour, sir," said the pretty young lady from the PO, "if you don't use all of these moneybags can you bring back the spares because there's a shortage of those too?
Cash in with the Sunday Mail's great new pounds 50,000 Moneybags Scratchcard.
will have the chance to select one of 200 moneybags from an armored truck that will be parked in the lobby of the Firstar Tower at 425 Walnut Street in downtown Cincinnati.
BRENDAN RODGERS has warned title rivals Manchester City and Chelsea their moneybags approach will not guarantee success.
And moneybags Abramovich (above) showed his charitable side by helping to sponsor the show.
The Manchester moneybags are flush with cash, but if you want to be in the black come full-time then it could pay to stick with Spurs to make the perfect Premier League start.
So you can probably forgive moneybags Posh for looking more than a little cheesed off when her slinky white Porsche 911 spluttered to a halt in Culver City, Los Angeles.
Two of the guitars have been sold to anonymous buyers for pounds 30,000 apiece - and that's without the moneybags fans even seeing them.
The club is ninth in the list, one ahead of moneybags Chelsea.
The city's favorite moneybags, the Department of Water and Power, reached into its bottomless pit of ratepayer money and came to the rescue, working out a deal to share the costs of keeping the lights on with LAUSD.
Walkers is to relive last year's Moneybags craze by bringing the promotion back for a second run.