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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LOOSE CHANGE

Then, from the loose change that he had in his pocket, he paid the man.

If I provide you with some loose change, will you give me your word not to use it in gambling?

Havent you a bit of loose change a body could buy a sup of tea with?

Invest the last dollar, but speculate only with loose change.

This human fiend undertook to secure their "loose change," as he called it.

When a roughneck does something for you, it's proper to hand him some of your loose change.

I had a bit of an income to keep me in loose change when I wanted a taste of towns.

He drew from his pocket a ten-dollar bill, a five-dollar bill, a two-dollar bill, and some loose change.

Thus a quarter, from being merely an odd piece of loose change, took on a vital, tangible character of its own.

The young man reached in his pocket and brought forth a handful of crumpled bills and loose change.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR LOOSE CHANGE

pocket money

nounspending money
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