- n. alternative spelling of tuppence worth.
“And then there's the way Wikipedia works day to day, with millions of unpaid contributors adding their tuppence-worth of knowledge to the site, or improving or disproving or contradicting or expanding someone else's tuppence-worth, mostly in the belief that it is worth doing so for itself alone.”
“Add the vagueness that comes from (albeit excellent) translation, and the fact that the translation would occasionally cut off for a second because my mic seemed to be interfering with my headphones, and I sort of didn't want to be throwing in my tuppence-worth based on miscomprehension of the points being made by others.”
“I realise this is three days late, but thought I have to give my tuppence-worth.”
“Have added my tuppence-worth by raising the issue on my own blog at Nature Network:”
“Whether anyone'll read this at this late date, I don't know but as a resident of of of the wards of the constituency I put in my tuppence-worth!”
“Anyway, this is the tuppence-worth I'm chucking in.”
“For my tuppence-worth I think the abortion scenario is linked to other societal matters like more and more UK citizens drinking themselves to death, and commercial TV channels that now seem to be morally devoid zones of endless wall-to-wall gambling after late evening, honours sleeze etc., etc.”
“I wasn't going to put in my tuppence-worth, partly because the real deep thinkers of science fiction would probably beat up on me and partly because a lot of what I might have said has been said already.”
“Eamon Ryan and Enda Kenny reckoned they both had important subjects to address when they turned up at the MacGill Summer School in Glenties yesterday to give their tuppence-worth on their respective Visions on How To Fix Banjaxed Ireland (or some such title).”
“Having worked from home for at least 3 days per week for the past 5 years, here's my tuppence-worth ...”
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