Get out your wallet, honey.
Dean cautioned Pumpkin to keep his hand on his wallet, but the young hiker dismissed the advice with a wave of his hand.
The father frowned, ever so slightly, and surreptitiously opened his wallet and counted his money.
"I'll call it," he replied, accustomed to helping her find her phone, keys and wallet when she was too tired to recall where she put them after work.
He wore a cloak and carried a staff and a wallet, and this costume became the uniform of his followers.
And indeed his huge wallet of scraps stood him in little stead at the trim banquets to which he was invited at Oxford, while the wandering habits by which he had filled it absolutely unfitted him to be a guest.
When computers are in your clothes, medicine, eyeglasses, wallet, tires, walls, makeup, jewelry, cookware, tennis shoes, binoculars, and everything else you own, those things will do more than you can imagine—the stuff of science fiction.
He left the wallet with the body so no one knew the card and papers even existed, much less were stolen.
The day before, she'd found quite a few treasures, to include the backpack, a flashlight, the key locker for the cars in the garage, and Jake's wallet, which happened to have a credit card, which she had secretly used to book a flight from Tucson to Virginia.
I guess he thinks I'm going to ransack his wallet or something.
Pocket change, watch and wallet were on the nightstand by the bed.
I recognized her from the picture in Byrne's wallet and saw her leave the room and go to the restaurant.
" The phrase was seized upon and made a party name, and it became the fashion for patriots to wear beggar's garb and a medal round the neck, bearing Philip's image on one side and a wallet on the other, with two hands crossed, and the legend Fideles au roi jusqu'd la besace.
They affected to live like beggars, bearing staff and wallet, owning nothing, renouncing pleasures, riches, honours.
BUDGET (originally from a Gallic word meaning sack, latinized as bulga, leather wallet or bag, thence in O.
"Pardon?" he asked, looking up from the wallet he rifled through.
She spotted his wallet on the bureau, extracted two one dollar bills and waved them in his face.
He quickly pulled a 20-dollar bill from his wallet and shoved ahead of a cluster of customers lined up at the cashier and thrust the money at the woman.
"I'm not marrying your wallet," she said.
But my counsel is that we fall not to the lowest fare first: we will not, therefore, descend to Oxford fare, nor to the fare of New Inn, but we will begin with Lincoln's Inn diet, where many right worshipful men of great account and good years do live full well; which if we find ourselves the first year not able to maintain, then we will in the next year come down to Oxford fare, where many great learned and ancient fathers and doctors are continually conversant; while if our purses stretch not to maintain neither, then may we after, with bag and wallet, go a-begging together, hoping that for pity some good folks will give us their charity."
Crowds of petty traders attend, bringing all those miscellaneous articles that can be packed into a pedlar's wallet; and the neighbouring villagers look forward to the occasion to satisfy alike their curiosity and their household wants.
A woman, bent with age, with a wallet on her back, and a short, long-haired, young man in a black garment had rushed back to the gate on seeing the carriage driving up.