The 2005 highway bill had more than three times the number of pork-barrel appropriations than its 1998 counterpart.
The Deacon stared, but said he had taken it from his pork-barrel.
Only once did he fling out and bestow an unmerited blow on the pork-barrel.
I needed the money, and I put my hook into the pork-barrel,—that is, I trusted the Public.
They were allowed to run wild to save the trouble of caring for them, and when the pork-barrel was empty they shot one.
So it was that my wife said: "Felix, you will have to go to the pork-barrel."
I lay passive for awhile, feeling as if I had been packed and salted down in a pork-barrel.
Plunder-bund is now at least as good as pork-barrel and slush-fund, and money-bund is frequently heard in Congress.
There was the place for the water-pail, pork-barrel, and wash-basin, and generally a dingy pack of cards left on a log.
Walking is very difficult in a dehar, and its wearer feels about as free to move as if enclosed in a pork-barrel.
Involving spending large amounts of money in an area that generates consumer popularity
A legislative appropriation designed to ingratiate legislators with their constituents (1909+)