Historical Examples

Fresh pork stewed with parsnips; turnips; winter-squash or cashaw—Apple dumplings.
Miss Leslie’s Lady’s New Receipt-Book Eliza Leslie


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    noun a discount offered in return for immediate payment (as modifier): cashback price £519.99 — save £30! a service provided by some supermarkets in which customers paying by debit card can draw cash the cash so drawn

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    a book in which to record money received and paid out.

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    a drawer, as in a cash register, that has separate compartments for coins and bills of different denominations.

  • Cashbox

    a box or container for money, especially with compartments for coins and bills of different denominations. Historical Examples The safe was not opened, the cashbox was closed, and had three thousand dollars in it. The Tragedy of Pudd’nhead Wilson Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens) There in the summer-house he found the Major, who meanwhile had fetched […]

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