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mad money

n. Slang
A small sum of money kept for unlikely contingencies.

mad′ mon`ey


n.
1. a sum of money kept for emergencies or minor purchases.
2. carfare carried by a woman on a date to enable her to get home in case she and her escort quarrel.
[1920–25]
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