I've been thinking, that is the part I have played, instead of doing the female's duty of handing round the tin-cup for pennies.
Don't he look ridiculous, sitting up there a-straddle of his ridgepole, with a tin-cup?
The landlord carried the key and served his customers from a glass or tin-cup.
I was going to learn things that would put me out of the stick, tin-cup, card-around-my-neck, and little-dog class.
In the very rattle of tin-cup on haversack and rifle-butt on cobbles was a note of deep discontent.
Later in the war, the last year or more, the camp equipage for the men was reduced to a piece of shelter-tent and a tin-cup.
A bucket of water was soon hauled up, and Tommy Barrett with a tin-cup ladled out the refreshment to the company.
Jessie slid off the seat and got hold of the water-jug and tin-cup, then she tried to fill the cup, but the result was disastrous.