a box or container for money, especially with compartments for coins and bills of different denominations.
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How to use cashbox in a sentence
I remembered Miss Plinlimmon's account of the stolen cashbox.Poison Island | Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch (Q)
But she did not say anything then to Helen about the pearl necklace, and the cashbox of Queen Zelaya.Ruth Fielding and the Gypsies | Alice B. Emerson
There in the summer-house he found the Major, who meanwhile had fetched his cashbox from the house and locked the chart up in it.Poison Island | Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch (Q)
He became profligate, got drunk at alehouses, sold his master's property to get money, or stole it out of the cashbox.Bunyan | James Anthony Froude
I put on my cloak, took some money which was my own out of my cashbox, and at half-past twelve heard the mail-coach approaching.The Autobiography of Mark Rutherford | Mark Rutherford