from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Alternative form of spondulicks.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Money.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Originally, paper money; now, any money; funds.
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"Oh, we could do that all right if we had the spondulics."
"Anyway, I wish he'd turn up with the spondulics."
You'd a heap better spiel plain strong English that will bring you in the spondulics.
"Faith, if I had spondulics like you, I wouldn't amuse myself by trudging that way along the roads at night -- 'Tisn't safe along here."
You shall sell many paper, and Urania shall have scoop in much spondulics and rocks.
"Hand over your spondulics, young feller," said the second gentleman of the road.
There are a tribe of us, to begin with; then our family has been here for ages, and we have plenty of 'spondulics,' so we can rather lord it over the other fellows, and do as we like.
The possible driver to the closures may also be that the IBA label is not bringing in the promised or anticipated spondulics, for whatever reason, and participants see themselves as better marketing without the IBA connection and keeping 100% of their take? news. bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk ... 454415. stm
“Anyway, I wish he’d turn up with the spondulics.”
You don't think I'd put all my spondulics in one bank, do you? "