What is another word for tuppence?

Pronunciation: [tˈʌpəns] (IPA)

Tuppence is a British term that refers to a small amount of money. It is usually used to denote coins equivalent to two pence in value. However, there are several synonyms that can be used instead of tuppence. For instance, two pennies, two cents, and a couple of cents can be used interchangeably with tuppence. Additionally, some people use words like two ha'pennies, two halfpennies, and two twopennies to denote tuppence. Other words that can be used to replace tuppence include a pittance, a trifle, and a token. Therefore, when referring to small amounts of money in British English, it is possible to use several synonyms for tuppence.

What are the hypernyms for Tuppence?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the hyponyms for Tuppence?

Hyponyms are more specific words categorized under a broader term, known as a hypernym.
  • hyponyms for tuppence (as nouns)

Usage examples for Tuppence

If I thought I was anything like that tuppence-coloured Johnnie I'd go and hang myself.
"A Poached Peerage"
William Magnay
"tuppence if you please, ma'am, and I'll be going.
"Hetty Wesley"
Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
"Otherwise life ain't worth tuppence," he added through his yawn.
"The Woman With The Fan"
Robert Hichens

Famous quotes with Tuppence

  • I don't care tuppence whether I'm forced into a leadership position or not. I'd much sooner not.
    E. P. Thompson
  • "Y' not charging tuppence for that little lad?" Said Mother, her eyes flashing wild. "Per tuppence per person per trip," answered Ted, "Per woman, per man, or per child."
    Marriott Edgar
  • Is it life? I would rather be without it, for there is quare small utility in it. You cannot eat it or drink it or smoke it in your pipe, it does not keep the rain out and it is a poor armful in the dark if you strip it and take it to bed with you after a night's porter when you are shivering with the red passion. It is a great mistake and a thing better done without, like bed jars and foreign bacon. Many a man has spent a hundred years trying to get the dimensions of it and when he understands it at last and entertains the certain pattern of it in his head, be the hokey he takes to his bed and dies. He dies like a poisoned sheepdog. There is nothing so dangerous you can't smoke it, nobody will give you tuppence halfpenny for the half of it, and it kills you in the wind-up. It is a quare contraption, very dangerous, a certain death-trap.
    Brian O'Nolan

Related words: tuppence coin, tuppence ha'penny, tuppence worth, tuppence, a penny for your thoughts

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