purse

[n] - a sum of money spoken of as the contents of a money purse 2. [n] - a sum of money offered as a prize 3. [n] - a small bag for carrying money 4. [v] - gather or contract into wrinkles or folds 5. [v] - contract one`s lips into a rounded shape
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Purse

archaic or obsolete terms > Herbs & Plants: An annual cruciferous plant (Capsella Bursapastoris) bearing small white flowers and pouchlike pods.
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Purse

Purse noun [ Middle English purs , pors , Old French burse , borse , bourse , French bourse , Late Latin bursa, from Greek ... hide, skin, leather. Confer Bourse , Bursch , Bursar , Buskin .] 1. A small bag or pouch, th...
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Purse

Purse transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Pursed ; present participle & verbal noun Pursing .] 1. To put into a purse. « I will go and purse the ducats straight.» Shak. 2. To draw u...
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Purse

Purse intransitive verb To steal purses; to rob. [ Obsolete & R.] « I'll purse : . . . I'll bet at bowling alleys.» Beau. & Fl.
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purse

1. A small bag or pouch, the opening of which is made to draw together closely, used to carry money in; by extension, any receptacle for money carried on the person; a wallet; a pocketbook; a portemonnaie. ' who steals my purse steals trash.' (Shak) ... 2. Hence, a treasury; finances; as, the public purse. ... 3. A sum of money offered as a prize, ...
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purse

noun a sum of money offered as a prize; `the purse barely covered the winner`s expenses`
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Purse

• (n.) In Persia, the sum of 50 tomans. • (n.) A sum of money offered as a prize, or collected as a present; as, to win the purse; to make up a purse. • (n.) A small bag or pouch, the opening of which is made to draw together closely, used to carry money in; by extension, any receptacle for money carried on the person; a wallet; a po...
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purse

(from the article `horse racing`) The earliest races were match races between two horses, or at most three, the owners providing the purse, a simple wager. An owner who withdrew ...
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Purse

Purse is British slang for the vagina.
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Purse

Purse is British slang for the vagina.
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Purse

handbag
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Purse

The purse is money paid to two professional boxers for engaging in a fight. The amount of the purse is contractually guaranteed prior to the fight and is not altered by the outcome of the fight. Promoters pay the boxers the purse and out of the purse a boxer pays his cornermen (manager, trainer and cutman) a percentage. Sanctioning bodies also dema...
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Purse

Prize money contained in a purse and hung on a wire which crossed the finish line. Technically, a race to which the owners do not contribute to the prize.
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Purse

The purse is money paid to two professional boxers for engaging in a fight. The amount of the purse is contractually guaranteed prior to the fight and is not altered by the outcome of the fight. Promoters pay the boxers the purse and out of the purse a boxer pays his cornermen (manager, trainer and cutman) a percentage. Sanctioning bodies also dema...
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Purse

Prize money in a competition, horse show class, or race.[216]
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purse

a sum spoken of as the contents of a money container
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