A ten-dollar packet of narcotics; dime bag (1960s+ Narcotics)
I have not got any ten cents,” said Phonny—“only a quarter of a dollar.
I can see it vanishing in the shape of five sundaes, at ten cents per eat.
"We get wall paper at ten cents a roll for the covering," said Ethel Blue.
"As I have only ten cents in my pocket I will trust you," said the young lady merrily.
An extra fee of ten cents secures the immediate special delivery by messenger of any letter thus sent.
Values are artificial: you will not be able to get ten cents of the year 1799 for a dime.
The pudding when cooked may be eaten with sauce or molasses, if desired; it will cost about ten cents.
"Give me ten cents' worth of those chocolates," he finally ordered.
Phil examined a greasy bill of fare and found that he could obtain a plate of meat for ten cents.
Every member will be required to pay a fee of ten cents each year.