The sort that give no trouble 'cos you know their orders right off and leave their twopence like clockwork, see?
I do not mind about the man's abuse; but I confess I grudge my twopence.
As to them, he believed that they had all begun with twopence.
I start for the Newmarket road at eleven to-morrow—but I'll fetch you for twopence.
twopence represented his commission; of course, without knowing it, he was falling into the habit of calculating it aloud.
The poor boy pays me twopence a day to read as long as he pleases.
She lets the novels out to me, and gives me twopence a head.
The Chinese labourers do not receive more than twopence or threepence a day.
First of all, I never give a lot of money for a dog—how can I with rats at twopence each?
If you see one in the street you can stop it and have a ride for twopence.