Definition of billfold in English:

billfold

Syllabification: bill·fold
Pronunciation: /ˈbilˌfōld
 
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noun

North American
A wallet, typically made of leather, especially a thin one with few compartments.
More example sentences
  • Two weeks later, Erianne was cleaning out the small bag she carried with her everywhere when she came across a thin, black leather billfold.
  • King of Hearts sighed, and drew five-hundred dollars from a sleek leather billfold… ‘Here you are, my friend… you won fair and square.’
  • I picked up the brown leather billfold and threw it at him, landing neatly in his hand.

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