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loose change

noun as in pocket money

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But what if we all pooled the loose change we get back after buying our morning latte at Starbucks?

Borrowed keyholders would leave loose change if members neglected to clue them in on what a proper Bunny tip entailed.

Jones was the executive producer of Loose Change, and chunks of Zeitgeist are taken from his documentary Terrorstorm.

He was also, according to his friend's father, influenced by the documentary Loose Change, a classic of the 9/11 Truth movement.

Now of course she could buy the whole Street —with loose change to spare.

They then went to my money box and confisticated all the loose change therein contaned.

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

Bets could be made in thousands, and covered; on the other hand, loose change would buy an evening.

He located his trousers and the loose change in their pockets, explaining the situation to Serena as he did so.

Truth is, I can put some loose change in your pocket, if you care to undertake a ten-days job I have in hand.


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to loose change, such as: allowance, change, extra money, mad money, petty cash, and pin money.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.