- a book in which to record money received and paid out.
Origin of cashbook
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Examples from the Web for cash-book
She took up a pen at this, and opened the cash-book upon the blotter.The Market-Place
The proprietor kept a cash-book which he balanced once a week.The Negro at Work in New York City</p>
George Edmund Haynes
There was nothing left now but to examine the cash-book, for form's sake.
She was soon familiar with stock-book, ledger, cash-book, and banker's accounts.Elizabeth Gilbert and Her Work for the Blind
The love affair began like a novel and ended like a cash-book.The Love Affairs of Great Musicians, Volume 2
- accounting a journal in which all cash or cheque receipts and disbursements are recorded
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