tuppence n : a former United Kingdom silver coin; United Kingdom bronze decimal coin worth two pennies [syn: twopence]
- In the context of "UK|informal|dated": Two pence (in pre- or post-decimalisation currency).
- Milk has gone up to tuppence ha'penny a pint.
- 1909, W. W.
Jacobs, "Prize Money," in Sailor's Knots,
- In less than four days twenty-three men had paid their tuppences to Henery, who 'ad been made the seckitary.
Two pence or Tuppence may refer to:
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