Definition of Cold cash
1. Noun. Money in the form of cash that is readily available. "He paid cold cash for the TV set"
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Literary usage of Cold cash
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1. Proceedings [of The] Convention by International Fur and Leather Workers Union of the United States and Canada (1904)
"On our report you will find the following: In April, 1939, cash in the bank—we are* just talking of cold cash, dollars and cents. ..."
2. Ninth Annual Old Glory Horse Auction of America's Greatest Light Horses at ...by Fasig-Tipton Co by Fasig-Tipton Co (1903)
"PEDLAR, 12908, record 2:185^, sire of 5, including Oudry, s:i6*A, and cold cash, 2:1734, is full brother to Peko, 2:1154. CALERA, dam of Chetto, 2:1754, ..."
3. Music (1893)
"But when the dealer attempts to place upon a family heirloom of this kind its value in cold cash to an unsympathizing outside world, the customer will ..."
4. U.S. Money Vs. Corporation Currency, "Aldrich Plan." Wall Street Confessions by Alfred Owen Crozier (1912)
"It is cold cash. As such, when deposited, it instantly becomes part of the cash reserves of the favored banks. Such banks under the law, on the average, ..."