Related formspep·per·corn·ish, pep·per·corn·y, adjective
Examples from the Web for peppercorn
They paid only a peppercorn rent of £70 a month (including utilities), until a 2002 review of grace-and-favour homes.Princess Michael Says Austerity Means No Restaurants Anymore (Just Catered Dinners At Home)|Tom Sykes|December 9, 2013|DAILY BEAST
One peppercorn to-day is better than a basketful of pumpkins to-morrow.
Peppercorn went to live in the house of an old woman in the city.
Peppercorn, the keeper, had a much readier way of settling their business.Ask Momma|R. S. Surtees
Peppercorn, however, did not stop long to think about the matter, but quickly drew his wonderful sword and killed the monster.
"That's a decent, good-natured Screech Owl," said Peppercorn.Horse-Shoe Robinson|John Pendleton Kennedy