trust fund

noun
1.
money, securities, property, etc., held in trust.
2.
a government fund administered separately from other funds and used for a specified purpose: a highway trust fund.

Origin:
1860–65

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trust fund
 
n
money, securities, etc, held in trust

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Example sentences
There is a misconception out there that having a great education and a trust
  fund somehow makes it harder to buy cocaine.
The bill designated revenues from the highway trust fund to pay for road and
  bridge construction.
Pastor accused of causing car crash to inherit trust fund.
Heretofore, she announced to him at the door, the paycheck goes into a trust
  fund to pay the bills.
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