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Deep Pockets

Deep Pockets - to have a lot of money; to be wealthy

  • My sister has deep Pockets. She has a good job.
  • I do not have deep pockets. I do not have much money.
  • I know some people with deep pockets.
  • Our boss has deep pockets, and she is very generous with us.
  • I want to live in the center of the city, but I do not have deep pockets.

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