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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
▪ Ranulf scooped his dice into his leather wallet and they went down the spiral wooden staircase and into the hall.
▪ Alexei took a leather wallet from his belt.
▪ On behalf of them all Tony Pite, tennis club chairman, presented Mr. Offer with a leather wallet.
▪ By the way, we will give you complimentary leather wallets for your cheque book and card.
▪ Both men flipped open the thin leather wallets they carried.
▪ The blind man called the police when he realised they had stolen his brown leather wallet.
▪ She held out the wallet as she spoke.
▪ But hold on to your wallet.
▪ But several days after she opened the wallet, her brother arrived from Norfolk.
▪ So grab the kids, open your wallet and mouth, and commence to eating.
▪ Barnett kept the backs of his hands resting against the bar as he opened the wallet.
▪ She touched his hand to prevent him from opening his wallet.
▪ Miami was too quick to open its wallet.
▪ In top vintages, we are more than willing to open our wallets to stock our cellars with classic claret.
▪ He pulled out a wallet and took a photograph from it, smoothing it with his fingers as though to keep it perfect.
▪ No need to stop and pull out a wallet, count the money and wait for the change.
▪ The other men pull out their wallets and pay up their shares.
▪ Somewhat as a reflex, the old man reached into his hip and pulled out his wallet.
▪ If the light had been better, I might have reached for my wallet and looked at my calendar.
▪ The husband reaches for his wallet but can not find it.
▪ I understood immediately and reached for my wallet.
▪ When Mr Diallo reached for his wallet, they believed he was going for a gun.
▪ He reached into his wallet to pull out a few bucks.
▪ David got out and reached for his wallet.
▪ At Newcastle station, the buffet was closed and some one stole his wallet.
▪ The thugs stole £20 from his wallet before fleeing the car park at Reading, Berks.
▪ He stood there like a weak-kneed schoolboy who'd impulsively confessed to stealing the headmaster's wallet.
▪ Then, quite by chance, I caught him red-handed, stealing the wallet of one of the machinists out of the cloakroom.
▪ Bing Crosby and Barry Fitzgerald got me drunk and stole my wallet.
▪ The blind man called the police when he realised they had stolen his brown leather wallet.
▪ I took my wallet out and took two fivers and put them on the table.
▪ Pushing aside tie and scarf, he took out the wallet.
▪ He took out his wallet, hoping to find something hidden within the pigskin.
▪ Miguel sat beside him, taking out his wallet.
▪ Bunny straightened up and took my wallet out of his back pocket.
▪ He took his wallet from his suit jacket and headed off to the cafeteria.
▪ Alexei took a leather wallet from his belt.
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▪ All around the ring wallets were being slapped open and shut; fingers were being angrily pointed.
▪ All right, so you lifted the bearded geezer's wallet, but never mind that for the moment.
▪ At Newcastle station, the buffet was closed and some one stole his wallet.
▪ He had left his wallet behind, too.
▪ I took my wallet out and took two fivers and put them on the table.
▪ In top vintages, we are more than willing to open our wallets to stock our cellars with classic claret.
▪ Miami was too quick to open its wallet.
▪ Wade nodded at him and pulled a small photograph from his wallet.
The Collaborative International Dictionary

Wallet \Wal"let\, n. [OE. walet, probably the same word as OE. watel a bag. See Wattle.]

  1. A bag or sack for carrying about the person, as a bag for carrying the necessaries for a journey; a knapsack; a beggar's receptacle for charity; a peddler's pack.

    [His hood] was trussed up in his walet.

  2. A pocketbook for keeping money about the person.

  3. Anything protuberant and swagging. ``Wallets of flesh.''

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary

late 14c., "bag, knapsack," of uncertain origin, probably from an unrecorded Old North French *walet "roll, knapsack," or similar Germanic word in Anglo-French or Old French, from Proto-Germanic *wall- "roll," from PIE *wel- (3) (see volvox). Meaning "flat case for carrying paper money" is first recorded 1834, American English.


n. 1 A small case, often flat and often made of leather, for keeping money (especially paper money), credit cards, etc. 2 (context by extension slang English) A person's bank account or assets. 3 A thick case or folder with plastic sleeves in which compact discs may be stored. 4 (context archaic English) A bag or pouch.


n. a pocket-size case for holding papers and paper money [syn: billfold, notecase, pocketbook]


A wallet, pouch or billfold, is a small, flat case that is used to carry such personal items as cash, credit cards, and identification documents ( driver's license, identification card, club card, etc.), photographs, gift cards, business cards and other paper or laminated cards. Wallets are generally made of leather or fabrics, and they are usually pocket-sized but not always foldable.

Wallet (application)

Apple Wallet (referred to as simply Wallet) is an application in Apple's iOS (previously known as Passbook in iOS 6 to iOS 8) that allows users to store coupons, boarding passes, event tickets, store cards and, starting with iOS 8.1, credit cards, loyalty cards, and debit cards via Apple Pay. The technology is designed by Apple Inc. and was presented at the 2012 Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) on June 11, 2012 under the name Passbook (now Wallet, as of iOS 9). The application was released as a built-in app for iPhones and iPod Touch devices alongside iOS 6 on September 19, 2012.

Wallet (disambiguation)

A wallet is a pouch for carrying money

Wallet or The Wallet may refer to:

Usage examples of "wallet".

I was a baller and not somebody who needed to roll him to take his wallet.

He folded the deposit slip into his wallet, took out the Carl Mankin Visa card, signaled to the waiter, and then handed the card to him when the waiter came to the table.

To the room where Marchal raged in vain wild questions Bell came back with a cigarette - case and a wallet and a bunch of keys.

That monogram, in turn, was identical with the one that The Shadow had found on the cigar band that he had taken from the wallet of Professor Smedley Breer!

Just to make trouble for Morrell, Harvath had claimed his wallet was about two hundred bucks short.

He felt beneath his palliasse, finding the wrapped book and the sigil inside his wallet just as he had left them.

It was plain enough that Rait had left Lhassa, had taken some trail leading westward, and had left that wallet buried by the road to mark the trail for me.

Clothes, toiletries, keys, a watch, cell phone and recharger, wallet and contents.

She pulled on flats and stuffed her wallet and satphone in a disused purse as she went out the door.

Devin hastily brought out their wallets and gave all their personal cash to their guardian Terrapin, Porthos.

Pressed against the table, protecting but calling attention to his wallet, Towny holds out the bill.

I put away my wallet I stroll over toward Upsy Daisy, a vintage boutique a few doors down.

Wishing to pay not only for his own asters but for the whole now unified bouquet, and somewhat bewildered by the look of a currency so rich in zeroes, he drew banknotes from his wallet.

Although the rotted, atilt piles of a dock of some sort still stood in the shallows, there was no trace of any boat, so I built a makeshift raft on which to carry my sword and baldric, targe, wallet, brogues, and bonnet, hampered in this effort by lack of any sort of real rope or thongs with which to secure the odd bits of warped lumber and green saplings which were my only available materials.

Safely locked in a cubicle, he took out one of the origami sachets stashed in his wallet and inhaled the contents off the back of his hand.