Definition of Cashbox

1. Noun. A strongbox for holding cash.

Exact synonyms: Money Box, Till
Specialized synonyms: Cash Register, Register
Generic synonyms: Deedbox, Strongbox



Definition of Cashbox

1. Noun. A box for holding cash. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Cashbox

1. a container for money [n -ES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cashbox

cash out
cash position
cash price
cash register
cash registers
cash solvent
cash strapped
cash surrender value
cash up
cashable
cashaw
cashaws
cashback
cashbook
cashbooks
cashbox (current term)
cashboxes
cashcard
cashectomies
cashectomy
cashed
cashed out
cashed up bogan
casher
cashes
cashes out
cashew
cashew apple
cashew apples
cashew nut

Literary usage of Cashbox

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1. Essays of a Birmingham Manufacturer by William Lucas Sargant (1872)
"Here then, is a great difference between the purse and the cashbox : the contents of the purse perish in the using ; the contents of the cashbox are ..."

2. Routledge's Every Boy's Annual by Edmund Routledge (1869)
"It would appear that the owner of the cashbox was a scientific amateur, and somewhat experienced in the battery line. While turning over in his mind how he ..."

3. Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1866)
"day, took from an iron safe in it the money and securities for money which he had there, and deposited them with his bankers; but he left in it a cashbox, ..."

4. Reports of Cases in Criminal Law Argued and Determined in All the Courts in by Edward William Cox (1895)
"340L was received from the prisoner after the charge was authority, made, also some money found in the cashbox, also the I 0 U for the sum of 25Z. found in ..."

5. Poison Island by Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch (1907)
"... XVI THE cashbox " WELL, ma'am," resumed Captain Branscome, " so strong was the likeness to old Coffin ..."

6. Helen with the High Hand: An Idyllic Diversion by Arnold Bennett (1911)
"... “have ye been meddling in my cashbox?” They were sitting in the Front room, Helen in a light-grey costume that cascaded over her chair and half the next ..."

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