- n. Plural form of token.
“The one where you send tokens down a moving chute to try to dislodge more tokens from a shelf.”
“Don't get me wrong: there were the Gloria Steinems and the Camille Paglias (I love that she's so passé now; she wasn 't then), but they were considered either tokens from the margin, or special interest leaders.”
“Using his dweeby-but-easily-manipulated hench-French, the Alchemist collects his virgin tokens and kills them in nasty ways in order to use their blood to help make his magical mask.”
“But that's ok because I think getting the Divide CP Assault and Defense tokens is also going to take awhile.”
“In great distress of mind, he arranged that certain tokens should inform him of the child's condition.”
“When opened and laid before an audience, it is seen to contain "tokens" -- such as a leopard's paw, a child's hair, a necklet, or a dried fish -- sewn firmly to the meshes of the net.”
“Resources will be traded in the form of "tokens" -- one token will represent one unit of resources, and developer Monte Cristo currently intends to let the resource market regulate itself, rather then get too involved in the player economy.”
“Now, since bilsang can be played with any kind of token — coins, medals, pebbles — we can infer that the tokens are not color specific, do not have markings on one side, etc ... and since remembering the position of your own pieces among twenty identical tokens is probably too much for the average gamer, this seems to suggest that bilsang is not a game like chess or checkers where each side plays only their own army.”
“The most common of all the tokens is the "token gay".”
“This, it can be argued, is best described as a case of different word tokens made up of distinct tokens of the same letter types.”
Looking for tweets for tokens.