A trip here—for business or pleasure—is sure to awaken your senses, empty your wallet, and open your eyes.
INSIDER TIP: Anvil is not for the faint of wallet: fresh ingredients set imbibers back $8-$12 per cocktail.
I keep an auspicious fortune cookie message in my wallet: "All your sorrows will vanish."
Decisions in a democracy are made by people who show up: voting with their ballot, their feet and their wallet.
Dodge a concussion, smile at Meatloaf Surprise, and of course open your wallet.
Yes, innocent, there is some meat in this wallet, and you and we shall have our dinner.
He slyly exhibited a wallet that was stuffed with paper money.
He produced a wallet, from which he drew out five one-hundred-dollar bills and three fives.
Captain Candage paused in his patrol of the quarterdeck and gazed down on the wallet.
Without stopping to give any details, he told them the boy was wanted for stealing Farmer Whipple's wallet.
late 14c., "bag, knapsack," of uncertain origin, probably from Old French, perhaps from Proto-Germanic *wal- "roll." Meaning "flat case for carrying paper money" is first recorded 1834, American English.