bankbook bankbook

Definition(s):

  • (n) a record of deposits and withdrawals and interest held by depositors at certain banks

Usage(s):

  1. Salkind, who is edgy at the best of times, suppressed his hysteria as he envisioned his project, his reputation and his bankbook being swallowed by some great blobbish bagel.
  2. Price of a cure invariably conformed with the bankbook balance.
  3. Jack Kennedy's financial status has always been kept pretty much a closed bankbook.

News

  • Bookworm: Compelling tale of wild in The Street

    &via=&related=DolcePixel" Your bankbook feels fatter these days, and you sleep better at night. The market’s back up. Stocks seem healthier. Investors are trading again, and they say that everything you lost in the Great Recession is back where it belongs. That’s not entirely true, though. You lost a lot of courage over those years, and that [...] &via=&related=DolcePixel"
    on August 1, 2013     Source: The Daily Record

Quotes

  • "Whenever he gets his bankbook out he's as tall as he wants to be," joked Funk. "Sly wasn't a wrestler, he was a boxer. He stayed in good shape."
    on Apr 28, 2005 By: Terry Funk Source: SLAM! Sports

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