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war chest

noun as in coffer

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The surge of venture backed IPOs has left many businesses with war chests at same time.

From Fortune

That war chest will be welcome when a vaccine becomes widely available and food consumption habits could shift.

Xiaomi already has a war chest of roughly $7 billion in cash and equivalents, but the company carries $11 billion in debt and interest repayments.

From Fortune

Given his massive war chest and dominant position, all eyes are on what India’s richest man will do next.

From Quartz

Becerra won, despite the controversy and his opponent’s considerable war chest.

First she has to get by the guy with the $30 million war chest.

Throughout their four-year friendship, Medrano continued to contribute to David Delle Donna's campaign war chest.

In contrast, Cornyn has a $7 million war chest and the support of a number of conservative groups.

Bob picked up the phone, made a few calls, and gathered $1.2 million in his war chest.

That strength along with a $4.5 million war chest seem to have inoculated Graham from a serious challenge for now.

Never, so he tells me, was there so much money in the war chest as at that particular time.

He knew there was a war chest, and it irked him to think his mother wouldn't have it tapped for her.

M. Mermeix insisted to M. Fleury that the General's war-chest was supplied by voluntary subscriptions.

The exceptions to the advantage of the war-chest were very rare, and for these the troops gained in a larger proportion at home.

The war chest of Austria was in a stone-vaulted room, one of the strongest dungeons in the Treasury.

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On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to war chest, such as: exchequer, treasury, case, casket, chest, and repository.

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

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