Definition of One dollar bill

1. Noun. A piece of paper money worth one dollar.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of One Dollar Bill

one and onlies
one and only
one and only(a)
one and the same
one and the same(p)
one another
one at a time
one brick short of a full load
one by one
one can't hold two watermelons in one hand
one can run but one can't hide
one card shy of a full deck
one could be someone's parent
one country, two systems
one day
one dollar bill (current term)
one drop
one eighty out
one eyed jack
one eyed jacks
one fat lady
one fell swoop
one finger salute
one foot
one foots
one for all, all for one
one for the road
one good turn deserves another
one hit wonder
one hundred

Literary usage of One dollar bill

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The American Reports: Containing All Decisions of General Interest Decided by Isaac Grant Thompson, Irving Browne (1885)
"The prosecutor handed the defendant a twenty-dollar bill to change, and he, pretending that he could not change it, fraudulently gave her a one-dollar bill ..."

2. Rational Elementary Arithmetic by Henry Holmes Belfield, Sarah Catherine Brooks (1899)
"A one-dollar bill, so as to get quarters, dimes, nickels and pennies? 19. A half dollar, so as to get dimes, nickels and pennies? 20. ..."

3. Myers Arithmetic by George William Myers (1908)
"14. A two-dollar bill, changed to get half-dollars and dimes? 16. A one-dollar bill, changed to get quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies? ..."

4. Practical English for New Americans by Rose M. O'Toole (1920)
"It is a one dollar bill. A piece of paper money is called a bill. A two dollar bill is worth twice as much as a one dollar bill. A five dollar bill is worth ..."

5. Myers-Brooks Elementary Arithmetic by George William Myers, Sarah Catherine Brooks (1907)
"A one-dollar bill, so as to get quarters, dimes, nickels and pennies ? 19. A half dollar, so as to get dimes, nickels and pennies ? 20. ..."

6. Bookkeeping and Accounting by Joseph Jerome Klein (1917)
"To pay him in the least number of pieces of money would require a twenty-dollar bill, a five-dollar bill and a one-dollar bill, but as it is not convenient ..."

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