- pwrscrychupyrsiausy'n dilyn
Noun(1) a container used for carrying money and small personal items or accessories (especially by women(2) a sum of money spoken of as the contents of a money purse(3) a small bag for carrying money(4) a sum of money offered as a prize
Verb(1) contract one's lips into a rounded shape(2) gather or contract into wrinkles or folds; pucker
(1) Whether one is in surplus or deficit at the end of the week comes down to one thing: is there any money left in the purse ?(2) It goes without saying that shoppers who are ill-advised enough to carry them at all invariably have a purse or wallet bulging with them.(3) a young woman with a purse hanging from her elbow(4) If you have on all solid colors, try a printed bucket hat or interesting-looking purse or cool cuff bracelet.(5) under stress his lips would purse slightly(6) From that point, we knew that Leonard was more than just a pretty face with the golden purse but a true fighter.(7) The practice of ransacking the wife's purse , reading her personal diary, and fumbling into husbands' wallet is quite common.(8) In more modern times however the bride carried the Dorothy Bag as a small purse with some personal effects.(9) Do not ride motorcycles at any time during Songkran and keep your purse in a plastic bag unless you like soggy money.(10) institutions are funded from the same general purse(11) Making a list and eating before you go means you only buy what you really need thus leaving more money in your purse or wallet at the end of your shopping trip.(12) Visitors are advised to take their purse or plastic.(13) This huge massed fund was the purse , say the Seagraves, from which the zaibatsu financed Japan's industrial growth after 1946.(14) I carried it in my purse with me wherever I went for the next two days in a Manila folder as proof of my newly found street cred.(15) While walking with a ├ö├ç├┐female companion├ö├ç├û they were approached by two men who grabbed at the woman's purse .(16) This is a great little pistol that can be carried everyday in a purse or holster.
(1) coin purse :: darn arian pwrs
2. prize ::
3. pocketbook ::
4. press together ::
wasg at ei gilydd
5. wrinkle ::
Different Formspurse, pursed, purses, pursing
Word Example from TV Shows
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Yeah, but it comes
with a little coin PURSE.
The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 6
You found money for a champion's PURSE,
you can find money to keep the peace.
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 4
MARlE: Let go of my PURSE!
Not until the police get here.
Breaking Bad Season 4, Episode 3
I found her boarding pass
in her PURSE.
The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 23
as there are men
with gold in their PURSE.
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 5
English to Welsh Dictionary: purse
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