Moneybags


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Moneybags

Slang; a wealthy person who spends freely or ostentatiously. See also: Conspicuous consumption.
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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?
All of the moneybags will contain numbered envelopes, which will be worth at least a $3,000 savings bond while three of the envelopes will be worth $100,000, $50,000 and $25,000.
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.
WALSALL will be widely perceived as "third favourites" when they visit League One moneybags Peterborough on Saturday, reckons caretaker boss John Schofield.
NUNEATON TOWN defender Derek Brown is wanted by BGB Southern Premier Division moneybags, Brackley Town.
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.
Ferreira, of course, won the Champions League with Porto and is now on his way to moneybags Chelsea for a king's ransom.
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.
Lucky Allan Gentles is pounds 2500 richer, thanks to Moneybags Instant Scratch.
Cash in with the Sunday Mail's great new pounds 50,000 Moneybags Scratchcard.
BRENDAN RODGERS has warned title rivals Manchester City and Chelsea their moneybags approach will not guarantee success.
But rumours suggest that the controversial striker, who stormed out of West Ham's training ground on Friday, will move to moneybags Manchester City whose pounds 14m bid was turned down last night.