five dollar bill


  • He Took out a Five-dollar Bill 159
    He Took out a Five-dollar Bill 159
  • WordNet 3.6
    • n five dollar bill a United States bill worth 5 dollars
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In literature:

Luke had the five-dollar bill in his pocket, but he knew that it was too early for the offices on La Salle Street to be open.
"Luke Walton" by Horatio Alger
I'll bet you a five-dollar bill he's got a knife hid somewhere about him.
"Jim Spurling, Fisherman" by Albert Walter Tolman
Brett got out his wallet, took out a five-dollar bill.
"It Could Be Anything" by John Keith Laumer
Clavering said nothing to Grant, but he thrust his hand into his pocket and laid a five-dollar bill on the table.
"The Cattle-Baron's Daughter" by Harold Bindloss
And the smallest she had was a five-dollar bill.
"Jerry's Charge Account" by Hazel Hutchins Wilson
She drew five one-thousand-dollar bills from the palm of her glove and put them in his hand.
"IT and Other Stories" by Gouverneur Morris
He said he gave me a five dollar bill and I handed back the twenty dollar bill in change.
"Under Fire" by Frank A. Munsey
Our grocery and meat bill amounted to from five to seven dollars a week.
"One Way Out" by William Carleton
When the old man made examination he found he had a five-dollar bill.
"Uncle Terry" by Charles Clark Munn
A five-dollar bill fell into her lap, and she thrust it into her bosom with a sigh.
"Rose O'Paradise" by Grace Miller White

In news:

I put in a five dollar bill and the nice man explained what interest is.
Everyone in this country has carried his face in their pockets — on the penny and the five-dollar bill.
The counterfeit fifties are actually "washed" five-dollar bills.