Buying prescription drugs without a scrip is a serious legal offense, as Rush Limbaugh could tell you.
Here we paused, unlocked our scrip, and had some bread and wine.
The cobbler knew nothing of the mine, but he held the scrip.
Resentment flared, but the scrip was the only money available, and it still bound the people to the new regime.
I also had at my banker's some scrip, and I knew I could raise money on that.
The next morning Osberne went his way riding on a good horse, and not without treasure in his scrip.
You were best to call them generally, man by man, according to the scrip.
So far as the States to which the scrip was issued were concerned the grant was a wasteful one.
But by her I do not receive the scrip of a pen from anybody.
Detractors of the times, who bear the Cynic's scrip, are known To often sell the truth, and keep their faces!
"certificate of a right to receive something" (especially a stock share), 1762, probably shortened from (sub)scrip(tion) receipt. Originally "receipt for a portion of a loan subscribed," meaning "certificate issued as currency" first recorded 1790.
a small bag or wallet usually fastened to the girdle (1 Sam. 17:40); "a shepherd's bag." In the New Testament it is the rendering of Gr. pera, which was a bag carried by travellers and shepherds, generally made of skin (Matt. 10:10; Mark 6:8; Luke 9:3; 10:4). The name "scrip" is meant to denote that the bag was intended to hold scraps, fragments, as if scraped off from larger articles, trifles.