deep pocket

Definitions of "deep pocket"
  1. An entity, either an individual or an organization, who possesses significant financial assets that can be utilized particularly for settlement of damages
  2. Significant wealth or financial assets
How to use "deep pocket" in a sentence
  1. The company, known as a deep pocket, was able to bear the cost of the settlement.
  2. Due to their deep pocket, they could afford the high costs of the lawsuit.
  3. Seeking a deep pocket, the plaintiff targeted the multinational corporation for the lawsuit.

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