[ kash-book ]
/ ˈkæʃˌbʊk /
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a book in which to record money received and paid out.
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How to use cashbook in a sentence
At last, after many difficulties, her cash-book of 1863 was honorably pigeon-holed.Eighty Years And More; Reminiscences 1815-1897|Elizabeth Cady Stanton
At last she shut up the unconsidered cash-book, lighted another gas-jet, and striding to the door, rapped sharply on the glass.The Market-Place|Harold Frederic
He kept a cash-book; gave credit occasionally, but received none.The Negro at Work in New York City|George Edmund Haynes
"I keep the cash book myself," added he, in a manner which indicated that I was not to meddle with it.Desk and Debit|Oliver Optic
It was some time before he could reach his friend, but finally he got him to himself as he was poring over a big cash-book.The Twins of Suffering Creek|Ridgwell Cullum
British Dictionary definitions for cashbook
accounting a journal in which all cash or cheque receipts and disbursements are recorded
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