moneybag moneybag


  • (n) a drawstring bag for holding money


  1. When company paymasters opened the moneybag, they found only bricks and old newspapers.
  2. At 25, Michel is the western world's most bored Casanova, married to an aging American moneybag and hopelessly in love with a frigid Swede.
  3. It is all very sinister; Coop gives testimony that convicts a business colleague of murder and then, with a stolen moneybag still not found, begins throwing pound notes around.


  • Gene told me: "I have owned the trademark MONEYBAG logo for over 25 years. I have used it on my magazines, book imprint, record company and a few other areas. Until I met Jason Dussault, I held off on really going out into the marketplace in the...
    on Feb 14, 2007 By: Gene Simmons Source: Vegas Pop

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