Money-bag



[muhn-ee-bag] /ˈmʌn iˌbæg/

noun
1.
a for .
2.
moneybags, (used with a singular verb) a very wealthy or extravagant person.
n.

1560s, from money + bag (n.). Meaning “rich person” is from 1818. Related: moneybags.

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