noun, plural two·pence, two·pen·ces for 2–4.
Origin of twopence
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Historical Examples of twopence
You haven't got such a thing as twopence, Mr. Nickleby, have you?'The Life And Adventures Of Nicholas Nickleby
I do not mind about the man's abuse; but I confess I grudge my twopence.
I start for the Newmarket road at eleven to-morrow—but I'll fetch you for twopence.Love and Lucy
Maurice Henry Hewlett
The poor boy pays me twopence a day to read as long as he pleases.The Book-Hunter in London
I won it myself, and paid out three and twopence for drinks.Sketches in Lavender, Blue and Green
Jerome K. Jerome