copper penny n.
See sclerotic body.
If there was to be a copper penny saved for him, Arnold, Abe, and I must save it.
Nobody asked for so much as a copper penny, and gruff, cheery voices called after us heartily: Buon viaggio!
The first English copper penny was struck in Birmingham, and so was the last.
He knew, of course, that if they should guess of what he was thinking his life would not be worth a copper penny.
She had not found so much as a flint arrowhead or a copper penny.
Take a copper penny and a dime, and clean off any corrosion or film on the coin faces with a bit of fine sandpaper.
The jacket was double-breasted and there were three rows down the front, a dozen in each, the size of a copper penny.
I am not going to spill over, and I don't care a copper penny whether you really do remember or not!