- adj. of trifling worth
“A few people bonded and friendships blossomed between the busy shifts, but a majority of employees came and went like two-a-penny and so often that it was difficult to remember their names.”
“Top n lists are two-a-penny in the world of computing, and collections of open source alternatives to proprietary are pretty common.”
“Start-ups are two-a-penny, and huge amounts of venture capital are flowing around Silicon Valley and beyond.”
“Stories that retell myths are two-a-penny but stories that flow with the gleeful confidence of Anansi Boys are much rarer.”
“I suppose I ought to add that he was a Count, though Counts are two-a-penny in Naples, and in season all the year round.”
“They were becoming two-a-penny affairs, which at least had the by-product of dissipating passions.”
“Productivity apps are two-a-penny, but productivity is one of the major boons of the iPad's large touchscreen interface.”
“That was a real lesson in interviewing: the answers are two-a-penny, but the questions are critical.”
“The 1932 model, actually, and those aren' t two-a-penny, I can assure you.”
“Part the result of writing collaborations with Daniel Benjamin, Paul Pilot, Phil Wilkinson and Bernard Butler, its selective unguarded sincerity and simplistic accessibility is more than enough to ensure universal appeal, in equal measure, of course, with two-a-penny suspicion.”
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