- n. Plural form of billfold.
“Later, Rembert met a fellow prisoner who had learned the craft of tooling leather, and was now making hand-decorated billfolds.”
“With the most partisan Congress since the eve of the Civil War fighting over a series of big-ticket bills during an election year, is it any wonder that lobbyists have fat billfolds?”
“Among personal effects are his leather chair and globe, and a Courvoisier Cognac box filled with tobacco pipes, reading glasses and leather billfolds.”
“Among personal effects are his leather chair and globe, and a Courvoisier cognac box filled with tobacco pipes, reading glasses and leather billfolds.”
“Of course, since this means fewer greenbacks going into the billfolds of the distributors and exhibitors, Disney is going to have to cough up something in return — possibly a share of the VOD/DVD revenue — to get them to play along.”
“But unlike punks, these apes had paying jobs and kept thick billfolds of cash stuffed in their leather jackets—which made them all the more ripe for the plucking.”
“We mulled it over for a couple of minutes and then I went back and knocked on the door and called to the old man to give us back our billfolds, or at least our car keys so we could leave.”
“In the old days, when he'd learned the skill at his grandfather's knee, men carried their billfolds in their rear pants 'pockets, neatly outlined for all the world to see.”
“On the winning side, he had harvested three more billfolds and a woman's purse: total haul, a hundred and ninety-four bucks.”
“Blisters Schultz lifted two billfolds, containing respectively fourteen and twenty-two dollars.”
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