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Moneybags

Slang; a wealthy person who spends freely or ostentatiously. See also: Conspicuous consumption.
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She noticed he had something under his coat and a moneybag which she tried to grab but he pushed her to the ground with some force.
ATM customers became eligible for Firstar's Moneybag Sweepstakes by filling out official entry forms on the back of Firstar ATM receipts.
Which means more chances for you to strike it lucky in the original and best Moneybags game ever.
Likeable Goldsmith would be a formidable Con opponent for Labour, but with his loot young moneybags could afford an independent secret ballot.
Kirsten, 45, will not renew his contract as South Africa chief when it expires in August, leaving him open to a big-money offer from moneybags Surrey, who have Proteas skipper Graeme Smith on their books.
And with Manchester City being without Carlos Tevez and West Ham fighting for their lives, we are more than happy to take cash on the moneybags Eastlands outfit.
ARE there many that did not titter at mighty moneybags Real Madrid's exit from the Champions League?
Cristiano Ronaldo, who earns 120,000 pounds per week, and the rest of the Reds' moneybags squad are planning a "Secret Santa" system - usually adopted by hard-up office staff.
I think we should bring a Mr Moneybags in like Chelsea did and get some top players.
However, the time is not in the semi-finals of the First Division play-offs with a vital place in the moneybags Premiership at stake.
Then moneybags dies and Galahad has to figure out what's what.
Walkers is bringing back its Moneybags promotion for the third year running, tripling the cash prize fund to 2.