But the pattern was already safely returned to the deep pocket of Mrs. Young.
I took a stick from the rack, and there was something else in my deep pocket.
Sick, he put the gun back into the deep pocket and leaned on the wall.
The great, silver ship of the sky now rested in a deep pocket on the floor of an ancient sea.
I arose and placed Bunny in the deep pocket of an army overcoat that hung by the window, where he cuddled down contentedly.
As I fell, I covered that hand with my body and hastily hid the tiny tube in a deep pocket of my blue and silver Service uniform.
Mrs. Hartsel was fumbling in a deep pocket in her under-petticoat.
From the recesses of a deep pocket, placed where no one else wore such a thing, she brought out a little pot.
The old man laughed as he thrust his hand into the deep pocket of his leather coat.
Replacing book and pencil in the deep pocket of his shirt, he opened one of the packages of food.
an individual or organization with substantial financial resources
: No matter what fathers (deeppocket lads) and schoolteachers (wardens) may think of current slang, to teenagers it is real George all the way
Wealth; available riches and financial security: He felt more comfortable with the deepest pocket available/ a deep pocket, that of an insurance company (1951+)
Sources of much money; rich persons: Why should she waste time with a turd-kicker like him when there are so many other applicants with deep pockets/ greater news-gathering assets than CNN and deeper pockets to offset losses