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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtwopencetwo‧pence /ˈtʌpəns/ noun [countable, uncountable] British English  another word for tuppence
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twopenceI saw Colman's mustard at twopence a tin.Gabriel recognized the girl of the yellow cart and the mirror, the girl who owed him twopence.Paradise Lost had cost him a mere twopence.There was an additional charge of twopence a week for the secretary's salary and office expenses.It was a wine that they paid about a penny or twopence a glass for.She felt bad and ran after him to part with twopence, and he swore at her again.
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