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G-note (plural G-notes)

  1. (US, informal) A one-thousand dollar banknote.
    • 1957, William Frank Buckley, in the National Review, volume 3, page 282:
      It seems that the President [...] hit the till for a few G-notes for the love of a blue-eyed brunette with a record of seven convictions as a prostitute.
    • 2000, Mark Ribowsky, Don't look back: Satchel Paige in the shadows of baseball, page 168:
      Satch took receipt of his two G-notes at a propitious moment.
    • 2002, Julie Kenner, Nobody But You:
      My tight-skirted kitten pressed two G-notes into my hand. "Please, Mr. Monroe. I don't know where else to turn."

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