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Moneybags

Slang; a wealthy person who spends freely or ostentatiously. See also: Conspicuous consumption.
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"My co-worker was carrying the moneybag when the defendants attacked us.
The driver contacted the police who went to an address in Bollington Road, Middlesbrough, where they found Rooney in a bedroom, three empty pizza boxes in a cupboard, and the moneybag in the garden.
Although he managed to escape with the handbag, at 10.20am yesterday, he dropped the moneybag after the worker grabbed it.
He caught up with the Pakistanis and overpowered them and then he retrieved the moneybag and made the defendants wait inside the taxi till the police came and apprehended them.
The suspect was cited admitting to prosecutors that after they collected the cash, he walked away with the moneybag.
As those moneybag midgets of merriment, Ant 'n' Dec, once sang: Let's Get Ready To Rhumble!'- or even fumble and grumble in the jungle.
Factory worker Christopher from Hamilton, was delighted when he found pounds 5 in his Moneybag last weekend.
Chelsea drop out of the top five to be replaced by Arsenal, although seven of Europe's top 20 moneybag clubs are English.
The moneybags French side boast world-class stars such as Neymar and Kylian Mbappe (right) but Dutch centre-half Van Dijk says the Reds are scared of no one.
CCTV footage from nearby buildings showed that the 37-year-old and his two countrymen drivers, 30 and 39, carried four moneybags to a car and drove away.
2019 is close and I hope the moneybags and masters of rhetorics do not succeed in deceiving our people again.
Moneybags football clubs are raking in more cash with huge increases in the price of stadium tours.