Definition of Simoleons

1. Noun. Informal terms for money.

Exact synonyms: Boodle, Bread, Cabbage, Clams, Dinero, Dough, Gelt, Kale, Lettuce, Lolly, Loot, Lucre, Moolah, Pelf, Scratch, Shekels, Sugar, Wampum
Generic synonyms: Money
Derivative terms: Cabbage



Definition of Simoleons

1. Noun. (slang) (plural of simoleon) ¹

2. Noun. (slang) Money. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Simoleons

1. simoleon [n] - See also: simoleon

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Simoleons

simlin
simlins
simmer
simmer down
simmered
simmering
simmeringly
simmers
simmerstat
simmerstats
simmonsite
simnel
simnel cake
simnels
simoleon
simoleons (current term)
simon-pure
simon nitinol ivc filter
simonellite
simoniac
simoniacal
simoniacally
simoniacs
simonies
simonise
simonised
simonises
simonising
simonist
simonists

Literary usage of Simoleons

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1. The Century (1902)
"He sudden shows up in town with a bunch of simoleons, buying bacon and tin cows ' and such provender, and generally giving it away that he 's come into ..."

2. The Wit and Humor of America by Marshall Pinckney Wilder (1911)
"... Cap. had planted the stake that boosted him into the company he now keeps and set him to handling voices that cost thousands of simoleons an hour. ..."

3. Review of Historical Publications Relating to Canada by University of Toronto (1908)
"I pick up an American ten-cent magazine, published in New York, and come across a few expressions such as these—' simoleons,' ' start a ..."

4. A History of Rome and Floyd County, State of Georgia, United States of by George Magruder Battey (1922)
"... in the process of readjustment, business has necessarily slumped. Nobody smiles—nobody thinks of the big bunch of simoleons he has made during the ..."

5. A Deal in Wheat: And Other Stories of the New and Old West by Frank Norris (1903)
"He sudden shows up in town with a bunch of simoleons, buying bacon and tin cows* and such provender, and generally giving it away that he's come into money. ..."

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