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Deep Pockets

Deep Pockets - someone who is very rich; a person with a lot of money

  • My father has deep pockets.
  • We do not have deep pockets? I can not pay so much money.
  • The boss has very deep pockets.
  • Do you want to marry someone with deep pockets?
  • I do not have deep pockets.
  • You need deep pockets to live in New York City.

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