Related formshalf-far·thing, noun
Examples from the Web for farthing
His impression is that I was really steering and trying to drop into the Farthing Down beeches.Tono Bungay|H. G. Wells
“I am glad of that, for I have every wish to please you,” said the Farthing Doll.Adventures in Toyland|Edith King Hall
Farthing Down stretches for nearly three miles north and south, and under its southern slope lies the little village of Chaldon.Highways and Byways in Surrey|Eric Parker
The jury, without retiring from the box, returned a verdict of “Damages One Farthing!”
Farthing, penny, and sixpence, of the reign of George the Fourth.