That don't change matters a red cent, stranger; and as I said a'ready, he ain't a-goin' to see you.
Rothschild felt in his pocket, but he had not a "red cent" of change.
It does not cost one single, red cent to congratulate the owner of the dog who has beaten yours.
He never got a red cent of it back, never even asked for it.
But since he handled his money as he did, it grew less and less, and at last he was left high and dry, without a red cent.
As for them, there's not a dollar left—nary a red cent; only my Luck.
And it wouldn't cost us a red cent, either, because Uncle Mark'll stand for it.
But only look at it, grandpa, said the child; seeits only a red cent.
I'd let every man go out who wanted to, but I wouldn't pay-him a red cent, there!
Never in my life have I felt so grieved at being only a red cent, as then.