Did you mayhaps mean divers?
- n. Plural form of fiver.
“Should stoope: and yet, his radicall fivers burst, 100”
“The school divided itself forthwith into two factions, calling themselves the "fivers" and”
“Also known as 'fivers' for their belief that Zayd ibn Ali was the fifth and final leading-Imam of the Muslim community.”
“money is money;" and so long as the Federal Government forbears to apply the sponge to its obligations a pocket-book full of these little postage parallelograms is as valuable in degree as a bundle of the crispest "fivers" that Mr. Ferraby or Mr. Gattie ever signed, or as a portemonnaie overflowing with napoleons and gold eagles.”
“I want Prince Andrew, fivers tumbling out of his back pocket, tricked into attending on the promise that Westminster Abbey has a golf course.”
“Perfect condition, my dear, said the railwayman, retired from the Somerset and Dorset line when they closed Green Park station, who pocketed my fivers.”
“To help the spivs see better, as they extract fivers from our wallets?”
“URMs' pockets are full of old Polo mints, string, roll-up papers, fivers that went through the wash and ingenious-looking tools that double both as a compass and an implement to remove stones from horses' hooves, like the Silva field compass from £13.”
“Some high fivers celebrate the holiday by setting up a free lemonade stand along a heavily traveled route - say on a college campus.”
“I trust wrapped up in cotton wool, rather than the uncomfortable-sounding GB souvenir fivers, to keep it warm.”
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Slang terms (mostly American) for money.
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