Having raised up a Spartan fleet to destroy Athens, they then opened their coffers to Athens and helped it rebuild.
Then dig into your coffers and cough up the required cash to make work more efficient and, yes, fun.
Here it seems like the politicians were trying to cement their power rather than to fill their coffers.
Don't put another $30 billion into the coffers of GM to build cars.
Unfortunately, the interim left the property operating at a loss, its coffers drained.
"Good for" means how much money can he get from you, and how long can he keep you as a patient to contribute to his coffers.
Never had the coffers of the Holy See been fuller than at this moment.
I think I may justly say I have been the only cause of more gain to her coffers than all her chequer-men have been.
The funds so realized go into the coffers of the Church, which is fit and proper.
The money that flows into its coffers from that source is taken by trickery from the public.
the receptacle or small box placed beside the ark by the Philistines, in which they deposited the golden mice and the emerods as their trespass-offering (1 Sam. 6:8, 11, 15).