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money belt

noun
1.
a belt with a concealed section for holding money.
Origin
1840-1850
1840-50, Americanism
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Examples for money belt
  • Pickpockets and purse snatchers are unlikely to grab your money belt because it is strapped to you, out of sight.
  • Leave valuables and jewelry behind, and bring a money belt for long overnight trips or places where you don't feel safe.
  • When you are done, store the cards in a money belt that fits across your body and under your clothes.
  • Use a money belt to carry your cash and have it secured in a position that you can access discreetly.
  • Use reasonable precautions, such as hiding cash in a money belt, and avoid walking in deserted areas late at night.
  • Try a money belt with a zippered compartment or a small cash pouch worn under the shirt.
  • Wear a neck wallet or money belt and never carry more cash than you can afford to lose.
  • Place your credit card in a secure wallet or money belt inside of your jacket or shirt.
  • Another safe place to keep valuables is in a pouch or money belt worn under your clothing.
  • She always had a money belt with money in it of course.

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