One peseta is for the bride-to-be, the other for her mother.
He had to have his peseta for the night's session at coffee and dominoes.
But I calmed his fears with a peseta—money goes a long way in Spain—and went in alone.
We had been told to pay the man a peseta; but he expostulated at the wage, demanding three.
The real is a quarter of a peseta, but the escudo of ten reales has been suppressed.
I left my waistcoat upon the bed, and in the pocket there was a peseta and a half.
He stated in his best Castilian that the peseta was worth ninepence and he would pay with Spanish money or would not pay at all.
One would think one could hurl a peseta across it, until one tried.
It was so funny, he cared not a peseta if he laughed himself to death!
For not a peseta will ever be repaid, inasmuch as there was no security.