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  • n. a box for holding cash

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. a box for holding cash.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A metal or wooden box for keeping money.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a strongbox for holding cash


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  • We enlist the help of young Ben who is weighing produce and manning the cashbox.

    Liz Neumark: In the Market for Green

  • The biggest risk, of course, is a cashbox burglary.

    Banking With Strangers

  • As the clerk reached for the cashbox under the counter, he said, “I know you.”

    The Electric Laundromat « A Fly in Amber

  • The clerk put a battered metal cashbox on the counter and unlocked it.

    The Electric Laundromat « A Fly in Amber

  • Finally, not happy at all, Jim handed me a pile of bills, paid off the other two winners, then closed his empty cashbox.

    Manifesting Michelangelo

  • “Take out your cashbox, fuckstick, and be quick about it.”

    Shortcut Man

  • Emptying Kim's cashbox could go farther toward ending the North Korean nuclear threat than any amount of six-party talks or summits.

    Kim Jong Il's 'Cashbox'

  • According to a North Korean defector interviewed by the authors, Kim Kwang-Jin, who has firsthand knowledge of North Korean financial practices, Office No. 39 is also known to North Korean insiders as "the keeper of Kim's cashbox."

    Kim Jong Il's 'Cashbox'

  • With a flourish, the cashier banged open the cashbox and dropped the coin in.


  • Jason's nephew travels to his house in the swamp to get money from him, but when Jason refuses and catches his nephew trying to break into his cashbox, he gets killed.

    Dec. 30th, 2008 - Issue 0.030


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