What is another word for tuppeny?

Pronunciation: [tˈʌpəni] (IPA)

Tuppeny is a British colloquial term that is used to signify something of low quality or little value. Its synonyms include words like cheap, shabby, inferior, tawdry, shoddy, and second-rate. It is also used to refer to something that is not worth the money, such as a poor quality product or service. Other synonyms to the word include flimsy, tacky, trashy, worthless, and cheesy. Despite its negative connotations, the slang word has evolved and is now sometimes used as a term of endearment for someone who is seen as innocent or cute. Overall, the word is used to describe something of little worth or as a slight insult.

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Usage examples for Tuppeny

"Yer tell'd me as how the sausingers wur sixpence," I sed; "an' the slices o' bread ud cut off a tuppeny loaf."
"A Cotswold Village"
J. Arthur Gibbs
Let him think you didn't care a tuppeny.
"The Honorable Percival"
Alice Hegan Rice
"Lunnon Bridge," replied Mr tuppeny.
"The Adventures of a Three-Guinea Watch"
Talbot Baines Reed

Semantically related words: penny, two pence coin, tuppence, twenty pence coin


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