They just turn on a sixpence and go and look for something else.
Nineteen and sixpence is the price of a return-ticket which covers a month.
There were nine half-pennies, three pennies, a threepenny bit and a sixpence.
The countryman pays the sixpence, and straightway opens the purse, but he does not find the sixpence therein.
I enclose a postal-order for sixpence, to see you through the rest of the term.
The full price for a hundred copies of The Joy-bell at sixpence a copy will be, of course, fifty shillings.
It was so sure enough: a Queen Ans sixpence of that very date.
I gave the girls all the pennies I hadthen I offered Sam, who had crept out of the shelter of the table, a sixpence.
The baker does not live who can afford to give ten for sixpence.
“Keep the sixpence, my boy,” said the man, and away went John.