A young woman who is maximally sexually attractive; a perfect female specimen
[1980s+; perhaps fr ten-carat; perhaps fr the conventional question ''Where would you put her (him, it) on a scale of one to ten?'']
I have not got any ten cents,” said Phonny—“only a quarter of a dollar.
One copy, per year, in advance $4.00 Single copies, ten cents.
"We get wall paper at ten cents a roll for the covering," said Ethel Blue.
Nobody'd give me ten cents to vote for 'em with such a head as that.
An extra fee of ten cents secures the immediate special delivery by messenger of any letter thus sent.
I was amazed to find how excellent a meal I could have for ten cents.
The pudding when cooked may be eaten with sauce or molasses, if desired; it will cost about ten cents.
If you have ten cents that isn't working lend it to me for the love of God.
Phil examined a greasy bill of fare and found that he could obtain a plate of meat for ten cents.
If that is too much, put away half of it, or even ten cents a week.