Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A copper coin, of fictitious value, of Charles XII. of Sweden.

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Examples

  • I have never so much as thought of giving the boatman five daler for your shoe.

    Pan

  • And as for the five daler to the boatman — she gave him the money herself.

    Pan

  • And as for the five _daler_ to the boatman -- she gave him the money herself.

    Pan

  • Listen, "she went on with sparkling eyes," you gave our boatmen five _daler_ for saving my shoe.

    Pan

  • I have never so much as thought of giving the boatman five _daler_ for your shoe.

    Pan

  • That collapsed when a staff officer of the government, who had been sent out to report upon the zeal of the Ribe men, declared that the town could be defended only by damming the river and flooding the meadows, which would cost two hundred daler.

    The Meeting on the Long Bridge

  • That collapsed when a staff officer of the government, who had been sent out to report upon the zeal of the Ribe men, declared that the town could be defended only by damming the river and flooding the meadows, which would cost two hundred daler.

    The Making of an American

  • Head would come into the schoolroom, take his seat at the desk, and jauntily and quickly sweep five-daler bills [Footnote: Five daler, a little over 11/-- English money.] into his large, soft hat and thence into his pockets.

    Recollections of My Childhood and Youth

  • That collapsed when a staff officer of the government, who had been sent out to report upon the zeal of the Ribe men, declared that the town could be defended only by damming the river and flooding the meadows, which would cost two hundred daler.

    The Making of an American

  • NewsChannel 21's Amy Easley talks with Central Oregon environmentalist, daler about the impact of President Obama's proposed new vehicle mileage and emission standards.

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