The sort that give no trouble 'cos you know their orders right off and leave their twopence like clockwork, see?
If you see one in the street you can stop it and have a ride for twopence.
As to them, he believed that they had all begun with twopence.
It was advertised that a man could get drunk for a penny and dead drunk for twopence.
twopence represented his commission; of course, without knowing it, he was falling into the habit of calculating it aloud.
And now Im serving my ruddy country at one and twopence a day.
She lets the novels out to me, and gives me twopence a head.
Here you are—three shots a penny, and twopence if you hit me at twenty yards!
First of all, I never give a lot of money for a dog—how can I with rats at twopence each?
I do not mind about the man's abuse; but I confess I grudge my twopence.