/ (ˈheɪpəθ) /
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a variant spelling of halfpennyworth
informal a person considered as specifieddaft ha'p'orth
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Words nearby ha'p'orth
haplorhine, haplosis, haplostemonous, haplotype, haply, ha'p'orth, happen, happen by, happenchance, happening, happen on
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How to use ha'p'orth in a sentence
"Not while I've a ha'p'orth o' brains in my noddle," replied Sedgett, drawling an imitation of his enemy's courteous tone.Rhoda Fleming, Complete|George Meredith
A ha'p'orth of tea and sugar mixed, a ha'p'orth of bread, and a ha'p'orth of butter made a royal feast.The Christian|Hall Caine
They're denying original sin, and aren't a ha'p'orth better than infidels.
Is it your reap-hook, that's worn out doing divil a ha'p'orth but going to the grinstone?Three Courses and a Dessert|Anonymous
The morning was frosty, and his feet were bare, but he didn't mind the cold; he didn't feel it—no, not a ha'p'orth.