Definition of billfold
: a folding pocketbook for paper money : wallet
Recent Examples of billfold from the Web
Bigger billfold bargains exist, too — ranging from the Angels to the A’s.
Producer Snuff Garrett, a ninth-grade dropout from Texas and a canny music-biz lifer, sometimes motivated musicians while recording by taking out his billfold and ostentatiously sniffing his wad of cash.
And, outside a minor paunch and a rapidly expanding billfold, there's nothing heavy about him.
My knight gets out, comes to the door and hands me my billfold.
My change, some money that doesn’t make noise and my billfold.
Wikkerink Design has taken a stack of old tubes and fashioned them into billfolds and wallets of various shapes, along with belts and credit-card holders.
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Origin and Etymology of billfold
short for earlier billfolder
First Known Use: 1879See Words from the same year
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Definition of billfold for English Language Learners
: a small folding case that holds paper money and credit cards
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