He used to go 'starring' it in the provinces, itinerating as a tuppenny lecturer on Tom Paine.
We'll give him a tuppenny tip and then we'll give him in charge!
Ever since the day when the tuppenny spell did its work Harry has been kinder than before and Lucy braver.
"Don't give a tuppenny now," laughed Lord Adalbert Beaumanoir.
If I want to buy anything in the market, have I got to look into every tuppenny interest concerned in it?
It was the tuppence that attracted her; she had never bought a spell, and even a tuppenny one would be something new.
And you carn't do the rooral to-rights on a tract and a tuppenny bun.
It's just jolly to have the real thing aboard—none of your tuppenny' a'penny pieces but a geno-wine leddy, thro' and thro'.
He's left his tuppenny halo on a pretty sordid hat-peg, at last, eh?