This list purely measures those who've cashed in on fame, versus talent.
I was dejected and rejected yet again by someone who cashed my checks to tell me how to deal with dejection and rejection.
Once the dowry has been cashed, there is no financial reason to keep the wife around.
And did they really ask for compensation from Katrina victims more than five years after their checks were cashed?
Donovan was making one of his regular stops in a business where he cashed checks for a two percent fee.
If we cashed that check, then it couldn't be put back in father's mailbox without anybody knowing about it.
She had just cashed at the bank an order for sixteen thousand francs.
For example, in March, 1913, Punch has a picture of a lady asking to have a cheque for 15 cashed all in gold "if you've got it."
I traced him to the London bank where he had cashed his draft.
His aunt sent a cheque for a quarter's allowance, which George cashed gratefully; but she did not write.
1590s, "money box;" also "money in hand, coin," from Middle French caisse "money box" (16c.), from Provençal caissa or Italian cassa, from Latin capsa "box" (see case (n.2)); originally the money box, but the secondary sense of the money in it became sole meaning 18c. Cash crop is attested from 1831; cash flow from 1954; the mechanical cash register from 1878.
Like many financial terms in English (bankrupt, etc.), ultimately from Italian. Not related to (but influencing the form of) the colonial British cash "Indian monetary system, Chinese coin, etc.," which is from Tamil kasu, Sanskrit karsha, Sinhalese kasi.
"to convert to cash" (as a check, etc.), 1811, from cash (n.). Related: Cashed; cashing.