• WordNet 3.6
    • n simoleons informal terms for money
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In literature:

Dat's the last simoleon in the treasury.
"Heart of the West" by O. Henry
After I'm dead an' buried I don't want no other dead one spendin' my simoleons.
"Dennison Grant" by Robert Stead
A thousand dollars, von thousand simoleons.
"West Wind Drift" by George Barr McCutcheon
One hundred and eighty-one large, juicy simoleons; count 'em, one hundred and eighty-one!
"The Making of Bobby Burnit" by George Randolph Chester
You can go your ultimate simoleon that ain't Monte's style.
"Faro Nell and Her Friends" by Alfred Henry Lewis
Why not use their 'simoleons' to start up again?
"An Oregon Girl" by Alfred Ernest Rice
But Bill will down him in the end, an' you kin bet your last simoleon on that.
"Frank Merriwell's Backers" by Burt L. Standish
Then, if he's willin' to go a second time, I'll take him on fur a few simoleons.
"Local Color" by Irvin S. Cobb

In news:

Shekels, moolah, simoleons, greenbacks, dinero—no matter what language or lingo you use, money is something you'll need by the basketful to tour the wine regions of the world.