Definitions for pocket money
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
money for small current expenses.
Origin of pocket money:
pocket money, pin money, spending money(noun)
cash for day-to-day spending on incidental expenses
A small sum of money given to a child, by a parent or guardian.
(chiefly US) A small sum of cash, carried on the person, for small, daily expenses.
Pocket Money is a 1972 film directed by Stuart Rosenberg, from a screenplay written by Terrence Malick and based on the novel Jim Kane by Joseph P. Brown. The movie stars Paul Newman and Lee Marvin and takes place in 1970s Arizona and northern Mexico. The song "Pocket Money" is composed and performed by Carole King. Portions of the film were shot at Southwestern Studios in Carefree, Arizona, a facility originally built by cast member Fred Graham.
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