Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A seaweed, Alaria esculenta.
- n. Plural form of purse.
“Having several purses is a great way to ensure that no matter the outfit, mood, or occasion, you? ll always have the perfect accessory.”
“Yes, over a third of the collection falls into the $24.95 - $49.95 range, but it's all jewelry, scarves, belts and coin purses - most of which are trashy as hell, but that's to be expected of cheaply made accessories.”
“Many people carry their stars with them, tucked into compartments in purses or wallets.”
“Will this have any effect on the people who already make tote bags and purses from the juice pouches?”
“First stop was the Accessories Suite, which had the best in purses, watches and shoes.”
“Electronics makers, wireless operators and cell phone technology firms are betting big money that consumers on the go will soon clamor for TVs that they can tote in purses and pockets.”
“Brazen eye-catchers by the reign of Henry VIII, codpieces achieved their greatest elaboration and scale, sometimes doing double duty as coin purses or a place to conceal letters or poisons.”
“Damn, and here I am with a stock of UN-Official Doritos coin purses…”
“Old ladies at the checkout counter who go through their little coin purses for pennies when they buy $14.97 worth of prunes and cat food.”
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