ready cash

  1. money in the form of cash that is readily available
    he paid cold cash for the TV set
    his wife was always a good source of ready cash
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How To Use ready cash In A Sentence

  • Secondly, because there are many motorists who lack the inclination or the ready cash to hire a substitute on the chance of recovering reimbursement from the defendant's insurers.
  • 'They're as proud as a turkey when they hold the ready cash, You ought to' ear the way they laugh an 'joke; They are tricky an' they're funny when they've got the ready money, -- Ow! but see 'em when they're all stone-broke. ' The Light That Failed
  • Less need for travelers' checks at many destinations because of the growing availability of automated teller machines worldwide dispensing ready cash.
  • International capital markets are dependent on ready cash flow from one market to another.
  • He made over his share in Leopold's estate to Nannerl in return for 1,000 gulden of ready cash, which he desperately needed.
  • C. P. Meehan tells how the poet would lean on the counter in O'Daly's shop and versify literal translations for ready cash.
  • Loans will become more expensive if banks keep too much in ready cash. Times, Sunday Times
  • Loans will become more expensive if banks keep too much in ready cash. Times, Sunday Times
  • The logic and philosophy of the great deist and agnostic was worth more to the Colonies, and did more injury to King George and his murdering minions, than all the purblind, bigoted, saphead pulpit thumpers who ever preached for ready cash. Shakspere, Personal Recollections
  • At least one outside shareholder has already cashed in on the deal. Times, Sunday Times
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