pocketbook

Part of speech: noun

A small book for carrying money.

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Usage examples "pocketbook":

  1. The Chief picked them carefully up, and put them in his pocketbook as a wild clanging down below announced the coming of the ambulance. - "The Boy Scouts on a Submarine", Captain John Blaine.
  2. I think everybody should to the limit of their pocketbook and ability. - "Whispering Wires", Henry Leverage.
  3. Instead of giving him a new number, Mr. Garrott unexpectedly produced a dollar- bill from his pocketbook, and tossed it up to him with a sudden laugh. - "Angela's Business", Henry Sydnor Harrison.