deep pockets

noun
an abundance of money or wealth.

Origin:
1975–80

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Main Entry:  deep pockets1
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  substantial financial resources
Main Entry:  deep pockets2
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  an individual or organization with substantial financial resources
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Example sentences
In the past few years a new developer with deep pockets has materialized.
In other words, without some big help from some deep pockets, clean coal is a
  no go.
The chiropractic profession, unlike big pharma, does not have the deep pockets
  for long term studies.
But although deep pockets help in a downturn, recessions nonetheless create
  more opportunity for challengers, not less.
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